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Some questions frequently asked by users : 1976 chevy k10 brake question?
okay here we go: the driver s side rear drum brake isn t releasing. if i drive it for even 1/2 of a mile the drum gets very hot. i took it to the shop, and at first they couldn t find anything (which i know isn t true.) later, they said they thought it was either the axle bearing or the whole axle itself. could either of those be the cause of the rubbing? and is there anything else that could be the problem? i ve replaced the cylinder, shoes, drum, and 1 of the springs that was loose/worn out. i ve also bled the brake and made sure the shoe lengths were right. i did the exact same thing on the opposite brake and it worked fine. i also replaced the pads on my 2 front disc brakes and that worked. it s just this 1 rear brake that is giving me fits at the moment. i also replaced the rubber line and the steel line that goes to that break.
1976 chevy k10 not moving ?
i have a 1976 chevy k10 pickup it has a 455 buick engine and a turbo 400 tranny, i was driving it home from work one day and stopped at a red light and when the light turned green i pushed on the gas but the truck wouldn't move. when i got out there was what i believe to be radiator fluid everywhere (dark orange color) and a radiator hose was disconnected. but still the truck doesnt want to move, it is a 4wd truck but i currently have the front drive shaft off (need new u-joints for it) but i was not using 4wd. what could be some problems and how do i fix it, or how much will it cost to be fixed?
open question: 1976 chevy k10 brake problem?
here we go again. i have my 1976 chevy k10. the brakes were bad so i started to repair them. in the front, i replaced the pads and bled them and they ran fine. in the back, i replaced the cylinders, the shoes, and the drums,and bled it. the rear right side then worked fine. the rear left did not. i then fixed one weaker spring. it still didn t work. i then talked to an expert, who suggested the axle. he was right, the axle had lost its oil and the bearing was completely worn through and do to that, the axle was worn down. i replaced both the axle and the bearing and seal. it still rubbed less, but if you drove multiple miles, the heat was evidently there. are there any steps left for me to take? could getting a different rear end from a junkyard make a difference? i m slowly running out of options. i forgot to mention that i replaced the steel line leading to that brake and the rubber line.
i have a 1976 chevy truck i dont know if its a c10 or k10 how do you know?
its 1/2 ton, 4 wheel drive, v8 350 if any of that helps
should i sell my 1976 chevy k10?
my grandparents have me this truck about 2 months ago. it's in really good condition with almost no rust. i would like to sell it and get something newer because i know it has some value. also i would wanna ge better mileage and be able to take long trips. here's a link to what it looks like. let me know your opinions on what you think it's worth. if i should sell for newer truck. and what to say to grandparents. lol. it only has 120,000 on it. thanks http://youtu.be/6x5_qwbsruc well that is my video that i made. i got the mileage wrong originally. also they got it from their friend so i don't think there is any sentimental value. thanks
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