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 How to Remove a 1984 GMC Dually Truck Drum?

Answer The rear drums on a 1984 GMC dually are a part of the parking brake system, and also provide additional braking power to the front brakes. These drum brakes wear down over time, but they can be rel... Read More »
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How to Remove & Replace a Fuel Pump in a 1984 Dodge Pickup Truck?

The 1984 Dodge D150 1/2-ton pickup was equipped with a 225 cubic-inch inline six cylinder or a 318 or 360 cubic-inch V-8. All D-150s used carburetors with mechanical fuel pumps. The fuel pump on th... Read More »
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How to Remove a 1976 Chevy Truck Rear Drum?

Although 1976 Chevy trucks were available with optional front disk brakes, only drum brakes were available on the rear. When the truck's brake pedal is depressed, two brake shoes expand from the br... Read More »
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How to Convert a Regular Truck to a Dually?

Trucks are great for hauling heavy loads and they have lots of utility space for whatever you need to carry. But not all trucks are created equal. If your truck has dual rear wheels--commonly calle... Read More »
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How to Remove the Rear Drum Brakes From a 1985 Toyota Truck?

Drum brakes used to be the best technology available back in the 40s and 50s, but since then, brakes have come a long way. Although they have many issues when used as a front brake, when used in th... Read More »
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