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Old 02-28-2017, 08:02 AM   #5
PGSigns
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Re: REAR(Drum) brakes won't bleed

Did you drill a new hole for the brake rod? I moved mine down and inch and it did help on bleeding the brakes. I dont think I was getting full stroke. Also on my 66 I had a simular issue and ended up pressure bleeding them. Seemed that the front brakes were pulling up tight before I got enough stroke to get the rears to move much fluid. Fooled with it for hours. Pressure bleeding took 15 minutes and has worked great for the last few years.
Jimmy
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