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  1. Project Log
    Finally able to work on the Daytona again. Started work on the rear, finishing up replacing the drums. We've still got rocker work to do as well as engine and interior work, but we've made a lot more progress. The car is undercoated and looks really good, especially with the rot gone...
  2. Transmission, Suspension, Brakes, Tires & Wheels
    I have a 86 CS with of course drum rear brakes and a 90 es with discs how hard is it to swap them and what do I have to do I'm not too worried about the EBrake on it cause the cable is siezed
  3. Transmission, Suspension, Brakes, Tires & Wheels
    Ok, so I have a 1984 Chrysler Laser with rear drum problems... The drums don't seem to be taking enough of the load... I've bled the brakes 3 times and I replaced the front calipers, disks, and pads due to one of them burning up. In the rear I've replaced the shoes and slave cylinders. However...
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