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    Question 2002 Lehman Trike Drum Brakes

    Riders: Does anyone know the number for the 2002 Lehman trike drum brakes? Can't seem to find it. Any resources to call? Thanks...Goldfever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfever View Post
    Riders: Does anyone know the number for the 2002 Lehman trike drum brakes? Can't seem to find it. Any resources to call? Thanks...Goldfever
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino 2 View Post
    Give ....Lee H Mann a shout.....He's our resident' Lehman/Champion Guru....
    thanks

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    If and when you decide to change the rear shoes, use riveted linings instead of bonded

    WE had MANY fords and chevys with rear bonded brakes acting crazy

    Once we switched the linings from bonded the problems went away
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfever View Post
    Riders: Does anyone know the number for the 2002 Lehman trike drum brakes? Can't seem to find it. Any resources to call? Thanks...Goldfever
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    You're probably gonna find they are 9" diameter x 1.75" wide Ford Brakes like used on so many Fords like Mustang, Thunderbird, Pinto, Ranger PUs, etc. in '70s up into '90s even. Raybestos 474PG or Wagner Z474R or Motorcraft BR75B or cross it over. Same thing on return springs, same as say a 1980 Mustang with 9" rear drums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrystalPistol View Post
    You're probably gonna find they are 9" diameter x 1.75" wide Ford Brakes like used on so many Fords like Mustang, Thunderbird, Pinto, Ranger PUs, etc. in '70s up into '90s even. Raybestos 474PG or Wagner Z474R or Motorcraft BR75B or cross it over. Same thing on return springs, same as say a 1980 Mustang with 9" rear drums.
    Crystal Pistol: Many thanks for the info! Goldfever....

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