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What you have described is exactly how they go in. I was able to move the spring around on the backside to get it into the secondary hole. If you don't the spring will make a god-awful noise once it falls into the drum.
The spring on the adjuster thru me for a while also, but that is where it goes. I was still able to adjust the P brake even with the spring there. I wonder if the intent was to keep the adjuster from unintentional movements.
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1987 911 Turbo, Marine Blue, GT35R, BB Headers, Tial, Andial IC
Old 07-07-2014, 09:33 AM
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