Get some one else to do it
I have a 1999 Suburban-JB6 brakes. The drum size is 11"
Conventional drum brakes.
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Yes, of course you can adjust the rear drum brakes. They should be self adjusting. Every time you back up and apply the brakes they should adjust themselves. If that is not working, look for a small rubber plug on the back of the backing plate. Remove that plug and with a brake adjustment tool, you can adjust the brakes. Search Google for the proper procedure to adjust drum brakes.
This will greatly depend on what kind of brakes you have and which parts you are trying to replace. Do you have disc or drum brakes? If you have disc brakes, do you want to replace the calipers, pads, or rotors? If you have drum brakes, do you want to replace the drum, or the shoes?
A 1996 camaro has the same DISK brakes as a 2001. It does not have drum brakes.
No, the value will not change at all. If you replace drum brakes with drum brakes as you said youwe're doing, it is the same as it is now, so no value change there unless you change something and replace it with something different, then you may have some value change.
check out a viedo on youtube under richin06
yes you can get a kit to convert brakes
Drum? : http://youtube.com/watch?v=FpxQN2esZnU
Non-ABS has drum, ABS equipped Saturns have disc's.
Try searching online or looking for a video which gives info on how to change your drum brakes. Also you may want to try asking a representative from auto shops.
lucas drum brakes replacement
I'm going to bet they are drum style brakes. I have a 1999 Luminia, and they are drums on it.
Yes. There are manysuppliers of aftermarket bolt-on kits.
I adjusted one just before installing the drum, I had the same question, but they worked great afterward.. dave
Front are disc, rear could be either disc or drum.
There is no such thing as a FWD Toyota tacoma! Maybe the person asking means Four Wheel Drive!
Not worth the effort and expense
( 1 ) on each of the rear drum brakes