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hey guys i have a 2002 dodge dually flat bed that i need to replace the parking brakes on but not to sure how to get the axles out to remove the drums so i have access to the shoes if any body has done ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 06-15-2010, 03:40 PM
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i have a 2002 dodge dually flat bed that i need to replace the parking brakes on but not to sure how to get the axles out to remove the drums so i have access to the shoes if any body has done this i sure would appreciate some pointers
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Don't need to take the axles out at all! The drums are most likely stuck on. Get some pry bars and a nice big hammer and see if you can work them off by pryin on the lip. Also if u know anyone with a brake adjustment wrench, there's a slot on the bottom of the backin plat that has a star wheel in it then you can adjust losser and that will help! It adjusts both ways though so your gonna have to see if the drum rolls harder after some clicks, just go the other way. Hope this helps!

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Also the brake pads are used foe the parkin brake as well. One in the same!
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An 02 should have disks in the rear.

Or was that just on the 3/4t?

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rear discs on a fullsize pickup?

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Some had them some didnt and came on all after 02...
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rear discs on a fullsize pickup?

yup. Second gen model year 2001.5+. On the 3/4 ton anyway, Im not sure about the duallys though.

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Some duallys had discs as well
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ya this one has disk and also has the reg shoes used for parking but it is what they call a full floating axle and the drum is held in place by the axle it has 8 bolts at the end of the axle that when taken out will allow the axle to come out but it is also attached in the pumkin just not too sure how all that comes apart .
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