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Need 3/4t CORE REAR huck brake shoes
#1403162 Fri Mar 26 2021 08:37 PM
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Im looking for all 4 corner 3/4ton huck brake shoes. I normally like to keep something in stock for brake shoes but its not easy since they need to be relined. Trying to avoid downtime with the truck. I have a guy within a hours drive to do them but i dont want to disable it for any period. I know a lot of guys update their gear so im sure there are some old ones floating around somewhere.
Let me know. Thanks.

Last edited by Barnfind49; Tue Apr 06 2021 12:18 PM.
Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
Barnfind49 #1403354 Sun Mar 28 2021 01:50 AM
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Hmmm. Sorry. I tried to give em away. Ended up scrapping front and rears, brakes, drums, hardware, wheel cylinders, backing plates, bearings, axles, carrier, housing, spindles, tierod etc. Wish you could of posted sooner. I know this dont help you, but maybe it'll let everyone else know that people still need stuff. Alitta helping hand goes a far way. Post in da free section if you have something you dont need and cant seem to sell. Someone might need it. Hope you get what you need sorry..... frown

Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
Barnfind49 #1403664 Mon Mar 29 2021 04:51 PM
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Yea im guessing a lot of people chucked some old ones but im sure there are still a bunch around. Thanks anyways.

Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
Barnfind49 #1403754 Tue Mar 30 2021 04:04 AM
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Are they different from 1/2 ton?


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Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
9% grade #1403759 Tue Mar 30 2021 04:39 AM
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Originally Posted by 9% grade
Are they different from 1/2 ton?
Front and rear brakes are 11" dia x 1-3/4" wide 1/2 ton, but rears on 3/4 ton are 12" dia x 2" wide. I don't know if the shoes are the same for the fronts even though diameter and width are the same for both 1/2 and 3/4 ton.


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Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
Barnfind49 #1403792 Tue Mar 30 2021 01:19 PM
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I have a complete front axel of a 49 3/4 ton here with springs and hubs , but alas I'm in Canada on the north side of a closed border . When things open up I'll post them

John


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Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
panel fan #1403800 Tue Mar 30 2021 02:29 PM
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Thank you. If you remember shoot me a PM or reply here so if I dont find them it will help remind me.

Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
Barnfind49 #1403805 Tue Mar 30 2021 02:36 PM
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Check with Jim Carter . He was selling relined ones.


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Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
Barnfind49 #1403812 Tue Mar 30 2021 03:06 PM
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Re: 49 3/4t CORE huck brake shoes
triplep #1403832 Tue Mar 30 2021 05:15 PM
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Originally Posted by triplep
Check with Jim Carter . He was selling relined ones.

Haha yea but im not taking the truck apart to send him my cores just to have them drop them off at a 3rd party vendor to do the work then have to go get them and ship them back to me. I have a local place that does relining on anything from cranes to scooters. I was just trying to grab someone’s old cores that they were trashing or never going to use after they upgraded. That way i can drop them off and have them ready to go the day I feel like changing them. I dont like having the truck apart for extended periods sitting in my garage.

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