How to remove DELETE emergency break

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  1. kids-at-711

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    Stfu dumbass.

    OP no that's not true, the drum section is for a parking brake only. Why is this thread attracting a bunch of know nothing dim shits?
     
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    Gator Married and broke

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    Yet you got all worked up over what I said. You can put all the emoticons you want, but it doesn't change anything. You're a whiny ass person. Don't you have an Antifa meeting or safe space to go to snowflake?
     
  3. BoltspeedMen

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    two bolts to drop the petatal. I see no zero reasoning to keep the thing, on a daily or street truck.

    Btw there's an adjustment on the frame near the gas tank. It's the same on ever frame. There's no excuse to you disk swapping guys besides you're shop was lazy.
     
  4. LAIDON24S

    LAIDON24S LAYING FRAME ON 24s

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    I have been told I can jist cut the E-Break line at the backing plate of the rear drums. THOUGHTS?
     
  5. Kids-at-Wawa

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    Says the dude still on it 2 days later. Piss off and suck my nuts faggot
    I'd pull the drum and just disconnect the assembly. It's not really that much more work, so no sense in not

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    I have already told you that you cant do that.
    I also believe I'm the only one in this thread who has actually done this. I even had to do it twice because i tried to take a shortcut like you want to.
    If you're really going to complain about the extra 5 minutes of work its going to take to modify the brake shoes, then go ahead and just cut it off. If it works it works, if not its only new drums, shoes, and adjusters you have to buy and replace
     
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    Or, you can do like Ed said and just remove all the stuff, shoes, cable, etc.
     
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    ed has disc brake rear, op has drum brake, so that wont work for him
     
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    lololol oops, carry on then
     
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    i have to adjust even with the self adjuster. so i ignore it.
     
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    i dont think anyone wants your solution, even though its the solution lol

    is it normal for this many spergs on here
     
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