You have to measure them.
Either 9 inch or 10 inch brake shoes
The 2003 PT cruiser uses brake shoes with the part number: 5018209AA
You could have either 9 inch or 10 inch , depending on the brake drum size
i bought 9
If your truck is equipped with 9 inch brake drums, you need 9 inch brake shoes. Many Dakotas were equipped with 10 inch drums and shoes though, so be certain which size yours is. The size measured is the inside friction surface diameter of the drum.
Just give your vehicle info to the man at the parts counter at your local auto parts store and he will give you the correct ones. brake shoes are vehicle and application specific and are not categorized by size.
what size torx bolt holds the rear parking brake housing on the 2005 chrysler pacifica
I'm not sure if your using metric or not. It is highly advised to measure. It will be 9", 8 7/8" or a third size minutely smaller than the 9".
9 mm by 1.25
5-1/4 front, 5x7 rear
the front are 6.5 and the back are 5.25
about 2 foot on each side
i need knows wtah size is rear and front brake discs.
there are two holes on the rear brake hub. Find the correct size bolt and screw them in the holes. Screw one then the other till it pops...then slide it off. there are two holes on the rear brake hub. Find the correct size bolt and screw them in the holes. Screw one then the other till it pops...then slide it off.
The 2009 Dodge Dakota comes standard with P245/70R16 size tires on both the front and the rear. The wheels are 16 *8 inches.
The correct size is 3057.
Either ( 9 inch x 1 +3/4 inch ) or ( 10 inch x 2 + 1/2 inch ) depending on whether you have 9 inch or 10 inch rear brake drums
measure inside diameter of brake drum (where brake shoes touch drum) and measure outside diameter of brake rotors. usually if you look at wheel side of drums and rotors the size is stamped in millimeters on each
It takes a 7mm Allen key.