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Old 14-05-10, 00:44
pauljboudreau pauljboudreau is offline
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Default m37 brakes part number ?????

anybody know of a working part number to get some brake shoe at napa or carquest or a part store? the napa b 89 i have does not cross to anything close..
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Old 14-05-10, 06:32
super dave super dave is offline
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You might want to try the WDX/WM powerwagon as the 46-68 flat fender used the same brakes as the military M37. I usually send mine to the local brake shop to have them relined.
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Old 21-05-10, 03:57
Bob Carriere Bob Carriere is offline
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Default Check for a brake relining shop....

In Ottawa we use Ottawa Brake and Clutch...... they will reline your old shoes, turn your drums and arc your brake shoes to match the new curve specs. of the drums......

Talk to the larger truck machine shops they should be able to refer you to shops on the East coast.

Or you can buy NOS brake shoes off Ebay or new stuff from Vintage Power Wagon in Fairfield Indiana USA....

Bob Carriere....B.T.B
C15a Cab 11
Hammond, Ontario
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