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    Default A. Qustion 1961 ID19

    Hey all, I was just day dreaming again.
    I saw the vision of rear wheel spinning even break was applied. Rear of car is on stand by the way. Break is not working????
    How can you check that?

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    Your pulling our legs right ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Your pulling our legs right ?

    The rear brake cylinders are probably seized. Stuck from lack of travel/work.
    Easy to disassemble. The only trouble will be to recentre the brake shoes on the eccentric mount, so don't disturb if the shoes are wearing evenly. Once you take it apart it will appear terribly simple.
    I cannot remember if your car has master cylinder non powered brakes or the system that uses the rear suspension pressure to energise the rear brakes. They usually seize up from lack of use or load carrying to make the cylinders actually DO something.

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    Just re read your post. If there is no weight on the rear of the car ( it was up on stands ) there will be NO pressure supplied to the rear brake circuit ( a power braked system ) ... if you have the master cylinder high pedal system I believe the wheel cylinders will just be all gummed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Your pulling our legs right ?
    I just had a flashback. But I remember someone said something and I did not worry about it. I was just wondering.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by fritzelhund View Post
    Just re read your post. If there is no weight on the rear of the car ( it was up on stands ) there will be NO pressure supplied to the rear brake circuit ( a power braked system ) ... if you have the master cylinder high pedal system I believe the wheel cylinders will just be all gummed up.
    Thank you.
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    I thought he was being silly by saying the back wheels still turn with the handbrake on .............. Either way, it'll pay to bleed nice fresh fluid back there if you have never bleed the back brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    I thought he was being silly by saying the back wheels still turn with the handbrake on .............. Either way, it'll pay to bleed nice fresh fluid back there if you have never bleed the back brakes

    seeya,
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    Thanks Shane .... I need that plug switch.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by caparobertsan View Post
    Thanks Shane .... I need that plug switch.....
    Hydrualic pressure? I sent that yesterday. If it's not leaking, it doesn't really matter either way
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    '72 DS21 ie 5spd pallas (last looked at ... about 15years ago)
    '78 GS1220 pallas
    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

    Yay ... No Slugomatics


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