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Have you tried letting go of the handbrake cable?. If the cable is too tightly adjusted it could be causing your issue?.

This happens with Fiat Ducato`s. You HAVE to back off the Handbrake, then adjust the Rear Brakes. then you re adjust the handbrake, sounds counter intuitive, but is a fact.

Pete

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Il'l give him font   not even the pulpit would be accepted 

yes disconnect the HB cable and lock up the adjusters  reconnect the cable to a nice fit and de adjust  to free the drum 

do make sure the shoes are fitted ok the trailing shoe  must have the square hole at the bottom 

ie opposite way up to the leading shoe

was there any wear in the back plate where the HB lever rubs this stops the cylinder freely sliding in the back plate 

who said font when theres the crypt 

Pete

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On 04/09/2021 at 18:32, Pete Lewis said:

Il'l give him font   not even the pulpit would be accepted 

yes disconnect the HB cable and lock up the adjusters  reconnect the cable to a nice fit and de adjust  to free the drum 

do make sure the shoes are fitted ok the trailing shoe  must have the square hole at the bottom 

ie opposite way up to the leading shoe

was there any wear in the back plate where the HB lever rubs this stops the cylinder freely sliding in the back plate 

who said font when theres the crypt 

Pete

Hi all done works fine

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