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#1460798 Sat Jul 30 2022 09:26 PM
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'Bolter
HELP, please!

I'm working on my '52 6400 2 ton. Front brakes I took apart a long time ago and just now trying to put back together. I'm having a problem with the pin and spring that goes on the bottom of the shoe. I can't seem to compress it to put the clip on, it keeps shooting across the room. Is there a special tool or technique for this? I spent almost 2 hours trying to get that one on. The pictures show the pin and where it goes.Any help would be appreciated.

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1954 Chevy custom 261CID, T-5 5 Speed.
1952 Chevy 6400 2 ton hydraulic flat bed.
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'Bolter
A Herbrand No 188 Huck Brake Spring Tension Tool was made for the job. They appear on eBay quite regularly.

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'Bolter
Thanks for the help. I found one and ordered it.


1954 Chevy custom 261CID, T-5 5 Speed.
1952 Chevy 6400 2 ton hydraulic flat bed.

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