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Book - The Traditional Brake Handbook
Book - The Traditional Brake Handbook

Book - The Traditional Brake Handbook

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This comprehensive 40-page book by Curt Baker shows you step-by-step how to install Ford F100 pickup drum brakes onto your '37-'48 Ford passenger car spindles. This is a popular upgrade over the factory passenger car mechanical drum brakes or less powerful leading edge design "juice" brakes. F100 brakes outperform the leading edge "juice" brakes because they use the rotation of the drums to cause the brake shoes to twist and press against the drum lining much harder and in a more even pattern, reducing shoe wear. As a side benefit, they also require less pedal effort to operate. Book includes a detailed list of all the parts you'll need for the upgrade, including part numbers.

A must have for anyone looking for more powerful brakes with traditional hot rod appeal. Soft bound, 40 pages, B&W photos.

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