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How do you fix rear brakes on a 1998 Ford F150?

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Check related link below. for pictures and video. If you have disk brakes in the rear. they are install the same way the fronts are install... but if you have drums, please ask question again and relate that info to us so we then answer your question in a suitable manner.

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