<VV> 1962 Brake Shoe Guide Plates.

MarK Durham 62vair at gmail.com
Sat Jun 28 21:08:23 EDT 2014

Mike, you don't need them. The 62 doesn't use them. I own a 62 coupe and
did this research last year when I did a full restore of my rear
suspension. Now, I just took apart the front suspension and they aren't
there, either.

Mark Durham Hauser Idaho
62 2Door Coupe 4speed Red/Red
On Jun 28, 2014 9:48 AM, "Michael Emanuele via VirtualVairs" <
virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:

>  Hello Group,
>   I am need of advice. I am installing a complete new brake system on a 62
> Monza. My question is do I need to use the brake shoe guide plates that go
> on each anchor pin just before the springs ? The parts manual does not list
> these as being used on 62. I think I would feel better if I had them on.
> Any opinions on this and does any one have four that they would part with ?
> Since I can't locate any repros out there.
>  Thanks in advance Mike Emanuele
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