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Parking brake parts? #1317417 Thu Jul 11 2019 09:45 PM
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gas dude Offline OP
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I believe the spring and the large strange shaped washer go below the cab, underneath. To secure the the parking brake arm to the transmission. But not sure?
Also i believe that the flat shaped part with what appears to be rod grasp go on the parking brake grip handle but not certain?

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Re: Parking brake parts? [Re: gas dude] #1317489 Fri Jul 12 2019 01:44 PM
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What year truck? Which transmission??

The flat thingy looks like a wheel cylinder adjustment hole cover (goes in the backing plate).

Did you take it apart??


John

'49 Chevrolet 3804

Re: Parking brake parts? [Re: John Milliman] #1318009 Tue Jul 16 2019 11:12 PM
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I did take it apart
8 years ago unfortunately
I have 1950 GMC 1 TONNE PICK UP with a 4 speed manual transmission
Reason i associated the parts with the parking brake assembly is that i had the assembly chromed

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Re: Parking brake parts? [Re: gas dude] #1318021 Wed Jul 17 2019 12:49 AM
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The spring and dome washer are from shifter stick on the 4 speed, not parking brake.


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1948 Chevrolet 6400 - Detroit Diesel 4-53T - Roadranger 10 speed overdrive - 4 wheel disc brakes
1952 Chevrolet 3800 pickup
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