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post #1 of 6 Old 05-15-2007, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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Waggy Axle Swap Brake Problem

I just can't find the brake parts I need for the rear drums from a 86 waggy D44. I have tried everywhere. What can I swap in place of the waggy factory rear brakes?


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I just can't find the brake parts I need for the rear drums from a 86 waggy D44. I have tried everywhere. What can I swap in place of the waggy factory rear brakes?
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Disk brakes are my only option because none of the other sites have the strut bar and parking brake lever I need.

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none of the other sites have the strut bar and parking brake lever I need.
Here is a break down of the D44 brakes, click on the link. Order new parts at www.allchryslerparts.com, your local dealership, or at a real auto parts store like NAPA. The reason stuff cost more at NAPA is because the counter help knows how to use the parts books to look up and find what you need.




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