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Hey Everyone, I'm hoping to get some help on this one. I got a 1923 Ford T-bucket that someone put what appears to be some classic Dodge Plymouth Chrysler front drum brakes on (probably from the 1937-40s). The brakes are ruined and I'm using this as an opportunity to convert to disc brake. Problem is that I'm not really able to identify the spindle. Anyone got any thoughts? Attached pictures of drum and spindle.
Good day to all, So I'm replacing drum brakes off of my t-bucket. I started by trying to redo the wheel cylinders and brake shoes, but quickly realized the brakes are not off a Ford (The seller must not have known a thing because he said they were 1940 Ford Truck). The shoes measured 10" by 2" which Ford never made. It didn't matter too much to me because the amount of money it cost to repair the drums was too close to buying a kit from speedway for disc brakes. Sadly, the spindle appears to be just as much of a mystery as the drum brake. Well, I've shown the spindle to all the locals, and no one knows. I'm hoping someone on here can give me an idea of what spindle I have. Extra points if anyone knows what the drums are. See attached pictures!
Guest posted a topic in Model T (and older)Hi I have bought 3 Brake Drum Thrust Washer (T-3320-D) and the Transmission Gear Shaft (T-3331) but now I have a problem regarding the lubrication of the Transmission Gear Shaft where the Brake Drum Thrust Washer have to be put. I'd like to know, if anybody knows, if you have some advices about the lubrication. Due to this problem I have also a overheating problem due to the low lubrification inflow. Sorry for my bad english Thanks in advance!