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Old May 31st, 2015, 10:21 AM
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Help...E-brake drum screw

Was swapping out my rear drive shaft, when I notice I am missing the screw that goes into the brake drum where the rear drive shaft bolts on.
Anyone knows the size of screw to replace it?
Is it a special order one?

Any help would be great,

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Old May 31st, 2015, 10:22 AM
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Old May 31st, 2015, 10:44 AM
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Thanks, it's a m8. But, I'm trying to figure out the length.
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Honestly you don't really need that screw...its only real purpose is to keep the drum seated in place before the driveshaft is connected.
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Honestly you don't really need that screw...its only real purpose is to keep the drum seated in place before the driveshaft is connected.
Exactly-- helps to hold the drum on when driving around shaftless...

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Exactly-- helps to hold the drum on when driving around shaftless...

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you could also just put the nuts back on if shaftless...not sure I'd trust just that small set screw anyhow!
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Thanks, it's a m8. But, I'm trying to figure out the length.
Does not matter much.
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you could also just put the nuts back on if shaftless...not sure I'd trust just that small set screw anyhow!
True...the set screw is good for 'round the block test drives...probably not for much longer!

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