The rear aren't easy since you have the self adjusters and parking brake mechanisms to contend with. Get a manual from the parts sore.
Yes. There are manysuppliers of aftermarket bolt-on kits.
The rear brakes on a 1984 Chevy truck are drum brakes.
You have to change the whole rearend and the master cylinder.
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.
I have a 1999 Suburban-JB6 brakes. The drum size is 11"
i need a diagram of a 2005 Chevy silverado read drum brake setup
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.
It is kind of hard since the parking brake and brake adjusters are on the rear. I suggest getting a manual on your car from the parts store.
NO. I had a 96 and it had drum brakes. I believe the rear disk brakes started in 1998 for the Blazers.
yes you can get a kit to convert brakes
after emoving wheel and brake drum you will have to teke brakes off. i usually do one side at a time so i can see how to put the springs back on. once brakes off indo brake line and tthen the two bolts that attach it to backing plate. after replacing you will have to bleed brakes
Need to know the year.
I'm going to bet they are drum style brakes. I have a 1999 Luminia, and they are drums on it.
If there a 16in wheel or bigger yes
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.
Are you asking how to??
Watch how you take them off and put them back on the same way. Then you have to bleed them since there drum brakes
The front brakes are disc brakes and are self adjusting. The rears are drum brakes and are also self adjusting providing the self adjusting mechanism is in working order.
We have a video that I'll include a link to below that will show you how to do the rear brakes on a 92-99 Chevy Tahoe.
This question needs to more specific. Disc or drum? Front or back?
Your rear brakes (drum) are probably so worn out that the shoes are trying to rotate with the drum and lock up. There is an adjuster inside the drum & you might can tighten the shoes, but if they are that worn out, then replace the brake shoes.
Not worth the effort and expense
( 1 ) on each of the rear drum brakes
What about 1993 Pontiac drum brakes, please be specific.