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Old 09-22-2014, 04:09 AM   #1
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Gulf Stream Brakes

I posted yesterday to the regular ? forum. I received some good information. I was also told this forum may be able to help me out more so here is a repost of yesterdays post.

Gulf stream rear brakes
I haven't run my RV in a couple years. Recently while moving it I blew a rear brake line. I replaced the lines but while trying to bleed the system I broke off a bleeder. I thought I would remove the caliper to get at the broken bleeder. I can't find how to remove the caliper. I have worked on pickup disc brakes so brakes are not something new to me. It has GM running gears. But according to the internet 87 GMs don't have rear disc brakes. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 09-22-2014, 05:04 PM   #2
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Sorry for the problems. Get in touch with an RV Service Manager in your area(s) and tell them your problem. They may have Service Manuals back that far and can probably give a hand on how to do the R&R or make a copy of what you need from one of their books.
You might get lucky as even some newer models could have the same R&R procedures. Service Managers see lots of stuff come through the doors, and working closely with parts/repair techs I'm sure they can help.
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