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Jim

94 Timberwolf Rear Brake no adjustment left.. Drums maxed out

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Have 94 Timberwolf and replaced brake pads. Cannot get enough adjustment to make them work. Have to much  drum wear. I cannot locate new drums. Is there an alternative that can be used ?  Larger drum/ current drum same bolt pattern ?

 

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Just do  a search on  "94 timberwolf  rear  brake  drum" .. There  are  a number  of suppliers  that  come  up,  with several   offering  free shipping  in the  US.  Prices  vary  a  lot  between  suppliers .

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