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Technical F 1 front brake drums

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by dsiddons, Mar 23, 2014.

  1. dsiddons
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    Hey guys I purchased a complete rebuilt F1 brakes on eBay minus the drums. Of course I can't find the messages the guy sent me with part numbers for new brake drums that will work. I think he said something about Ford Bronco rear drums???


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  2. MrMike
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    I am thinking that it was rear drums from a '66 F-100?
     
  3. MrMike
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    Sorry meant to type 1986 F150 hope this helps, there several threads on this.
     
  4. according to RICH B on here, try 1980 ford bronco rear drums. i haven't tried them myself , but he is usually correct
     
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  5. dsiddons
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    Yeah I think that was it. Thanks


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  6. dsiddons
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    Maybe I found a short thread that suggested 86' F150 rear drums. ????


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  7. Fortyfordguy
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    If it was FRONT drums you needed, we have the stock replacement front drums for the 48-52 F series pickup trucks in stock.
     
  8. Beau
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    The part number is on the first page of my build thread.
     
  9. Rusty
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    Napa 440-1455 is what Beau listed
     
  10. Rusty
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    How much are y'all's. There usually 100 bucks but going the 9" route it saves 70 bucks a side
     
  11. I've been using 8951 drums from AutoZone under $50.

    These drums have many applications; but a common one is '80 Bronco rear.
     
  12. Fortyfordguy
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    Didn't have time to see this thread again til this evening. Can't say if the other drums suggested work or not. Our F1 front drums sell for $89.00 each. Sure seems a big difference from the others, but we know they fit. Anyway, if the other options don't work out for ya, let us know......Mac VP
     
  13. Beau
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    $89 sure is about the cheapest I have seen. Are they copies of the stock drums? I didn't see photo's on your website. I paid just under $40 each for the NAPA drums.
     
  14. Fortyfordguy
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    They are reproductions of the originals. I know we don't have a pic up yet....I'll pull a drum and take pics for the website. May take a couple days to edit and upload.
     
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  17. GARY T.
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    where are they made?
     
  18. Fortyfordguy
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    Made in Columbia (South America). This is our second run with this mfr.
     
  19. seb fontana
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    Are the drum centers cast iron? Mine are sheet steel, came from Acme Auto many years ago..
     
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  21. b-bob
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    Mac, how about '48 car drums? In-stock? and how about price? Thanks in advance.
     
  22. Fortyfordguy
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    The 1948 passenger car drums (4" center hole) sell for $95.00 each. We have them in stock.
     

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