I am back my chillren,
Since the days long ago of a long forgotten post, I bared* to you the 11th commandment.
The 1988 Mercury Colony park,
And it was good... for about 5 minutes then reality set in.
My last post stated a few problems, huge air leak, dropping and tattered headliner, and a few other things...
For the most part, it still looks like I dug this up from the grave after it was freshly buried. I addressed the hissing sounds which was a pneumatic device that releases the parking brake, I polished tf out of the body with used oil and I dominated my brake issues (kinda). I need to flush the coolant a good seven or eight times, and a sixlitre tune up, then it'll be good. Really good..
One thing i have to state, gas mileage is petrifying in this thing. Christ, my bronco gets better empeegees, even when off roading.
SO, I came here before you in need of assistance, I replaced the hardware and springs on my rear drums, (previous owner left 90% of the self aligning bits out of one drum,) I made sure everything is in place and correctly applied. But I'm still having the same braking results, 90% in the front and gently caress all in the rear..
What is causing this??? Maybe I just need to drive it more to allow the aligning bits to do their job.
BambiPowerBottom fucked around with this message at 18:35 on Sep 5, 2017
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