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1980 Parisienne Rear Brakes


I briefly looked at the rear brakes on a friends 80 Parisienne a few months back & noticed the the anchor pin for the brake springs (at the top) was a bit loose....

 I was thinking that those pins are replaceable OR does the backing plate need to be replaced?



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I don't think I've seen a replacement pin for those but it seems to me a jobber backing plate is pretty cheap, at least they used to be.

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Ok,so that axle is held in with the bearing retainer,not a c-clip?



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No, I think that will be a 7.5" c-clip style axle.


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Ok.the pin DID unbolt (it was loose on the backing plate,but big nut was TIGHT)

Found one from a 70's Firebird diff. that was the same.....

Raybestos does NOT consider it to be a wear/service part...but I did find NEW replacement in the Inline Tube cataloge.



-- Edited by MoboMac on Monday 27th of January 2014 12:28:38 AM



-- Edited by MoboMac on Monday 27th of January 2014 12:58:44 PM

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