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Old 07-09-2007, 02:46 PM   #1
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You guys helped me a couple weeks ago with a part number for brake shoes. I pulled the driveshaft over the weekend to put on the new shoes. Took the drum in to be checked & turned. It was so warped I was advised it. So I need to buy a new drum. Would appreciate any help with a part number. Would rather have a Chevy part # since their easier to get.

2000 HR Admiral, 30ft. p-30 chassis

Thanks again, Klee
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You guys helped me a couple weeks ago with a part number for brake shoes. I pulled the driveshaft over the weekend to put on the new shoes. Took the drum in to be checked & turned. It was so warped I was advised it. So I need to buy a new drum. Would appreciate any help with a part number. Would rather have a Chevy part # since their easier to get.

2000 HR Admiral, 30ft. p-30 chassis

Thanks again, Klee
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