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#1420211 Wed Aug 11 2021 01:33 AM
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I need the eccentric shoulder bolt with the crown nut that adjusts the e brake on the rear of my '37 1/2 ton. Can't find any listings on the usual sources online. I don't know the years of overlap but guessing all rear huck brakes were the same or similar. Anyone? PM me.


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37 GC #1420289 Wed Aug 11 2021 09:13 PM
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Group 5.158 Parking Brake Lever Anchor Bolt

1936-50 Car & 1/2 ton...(3/8-24 x 15/16) (w/eccentric)....475492

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Mike B #1420780 Mon Aug 16 2021 12:58 AM
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thanks Mike. from a parts book? Know of a source?


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37 GC #1421002 Wed Aug 18 2021 03:07 AM
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Yes, Parts Book...I don't have a source, sorry!

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37 GC #1421003 Wed Aug 18 2021 03:45 AM
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Do you have one to use as a pattern? It shouldn't be difficult to make one.
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37 GC #1421714 Tue Aug 24 2021 04:00 AM
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37GC have u found your bolt?,if not im parting out a 52 gmc 1/2ton chassis and has complete rear axel come pull yer part 1-719-205-2203


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Originally Posted by 9% grade
37GC have u found your bolt?,if not im parting out a 52 gmc 1/2ton chassis and has complete rear axel come pull yer part 1-719-205-2203
Your 52 would have Bendix brakes. Not compatible with Huck brakes on a '37.


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37 GC #1421720 Tue Aug 24 2021 04:51 AM
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Why not just make an eccentric to thread onto a regular 3/8-24 bolt? All that takes is a 4-jaw chuck on a small lathe.
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37 GC #1422149 Sat Aug 28 2021 01:39 PM
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Yep, I know its a simple part to rig Jerry but no lathe at this household and moved away from old contacts.


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klhansen #1422593 Wed Sep 01 2021 04:39 PM
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Yes ur correct,but have several front brakes and dont see this adjuster ecentric on these huck brakes must be a rear brake only thing? as all seem to have the screw type adjuster at cap of wheel cyclinder?


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