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23 May 2019 13:22 #208803 by invincible
hey up all, had a few MOT failings and need some bits anyone know the oem number for 2005 , 55 reg i,m struggling to find some.
any help on this would be much app, as all sorts needs doing. cheers in advance liam.

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23 May 2019 13:36 #208804 by mlines
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I can get them, at Suzuki prices of course.

If you want me to price them up then let me know

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23 May 2019 21:10 #208835 by Jimx5
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invincible wrote: hey up all, had a few MOT failings and need some bits anyone know the oem number for 2005 , 55 reg i,m struggling to find some.
any help on this would be much app, as all sorts needs doing. cheers in advance liam.


Forgive me for asking, but why would you need new drums, no MOT inspector is ever going to look inside a drum!

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26 May 2019 09:19 #208994 by invincible
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thanks on offer martin, but gonna go down non original route mate. failed mot on fluctuating rear brake, holes in sills below seat belt attachment points apparently fiber glassing was a good fix!!

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26 May 2019 09:22 #208995 by invincible
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the bxxxd poke hole all underneath her, then said i needed to weld it. said rear brake fluctuating, so ive now new shoes and to fit and spring kit, do you think that will sort it or i,ll need drums too? shes just done 100k miles, ive got to get this welding done , in a panic!!

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26 May 2019 09:33 #208997 by Lambert
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Getting welding done by a third party is expensive simply because it is time consuming and impossible to tell before you start what you are going to end up doing. It's not as bad if you have a handy mate or some ability yourself but it still takes time. My rear drums were out of round quite significantly after similar mileage. I don't have the facility to machine them so just got more locally. My shoes were fine and have rebedded after a few miles.

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26 May 2019 11:01 #209002 by mickt
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Check the rear brake cylinders are nice and free. With a drum off one side at a time, get somebody to very gently push the foot pedal with you holding each shoe in turn with a screwdriver or lever to prevent them both moving at the same time. Check to see each one moves freely and smoothly. Push the shoe back in and do the other shoe and repeat on other side of axle. Does not need to move too far as if they are going to be sticking it will be at the first movement point.

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27 May 2019 08:40 #209054 by invincible
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thanks guys i,ll give this all a whirl, not looking fwd to welding , think might be too much rot, then that will be her done eh:( :(

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27 May 2019 08:58 #209055 by invincible
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does anyone know if these will fit ? i,m unsure on original dimentions, thought theyd be a simple find? cheers Liam

www.autodoc.co.uk/car-parts/brake-drum-1...fj/19991-1-3-16v-4x4

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27 May 2019 14:51 #209065 by mickt
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Which ones of the list are you meaning? Have you measured yours to see if the dims match their details?

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27 May 2019 17:43 #209076 by kirkynut
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Pop to your local motor factors and give them the registration number. They'll find you some new drums.

Do some more poking about yourself to find the full extent of the rust the MOT man found and then take it to get a quote. If you are happy to pay that, then buy the drums after. Otherwise you'll have bought drums for a car you're scrapping.

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27 May 2019 17:46 #209077 by Riccy
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Ive just taken the whole drum brake assembly off Ulysses to convert to disks. Going free if you want them, in the scrap pile otherwise :laugh:

Everything is there except the backing plate (shoes, drums, springs, etc).

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