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ACDelco
1992 GMC C2500 Suburban Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-43E3617    New

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$111.29
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • 13" x 3 1/2" Shoes
Brand: ACDelco
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1992 - GMC C2500 Suburban
ACDelco
1979 GMC K3500 Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-43E3617    New

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$111.29
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
Brand: ACDelco
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1979 - GMC K3500
ACDelco
1996 GMC Savana 2500 Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-43E3617    New

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$111.29
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • with 13" Rear Brakes
Brand: ACDelco
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1996 - GMC Savana 2500
ACDelco
1992 GMC C2500 Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-43E3617    New

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$111.29
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • with 8 Lug Drums
    with 13" x 3" Rear Shoes
Brand: ACDelco
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1992 - GMC C2500
Brembo
2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Drum Brake Shoe Brembo

P311-37A0338    New

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$93.74
Brembo Drum Brake Shoe
Brand: Brembo
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2007 - GMC Sierra 1500
Brembo
2009 GMC Sierra 1500 Drum Brake Shoe Brembo

P311-37A0338    New

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$93.74
Brembo Drum Brake Shoe
  • with Vehicles that do not use Brake Shoe hold down pins
Brand: Brembo
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2009 - GMC Sierra 1500
ACDelco
1995 GMC Jimmy Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-44F1719    New

Qty:
$88.22
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 9 1/2 x 2
Brand: ACDelco
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1995 - GMC Jimmy
ACDelco
1999 GMC Jimmy Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-44F1719    New

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$88.22
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: ACDelco
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1999 - GMC Jimmy
ACDelco
2009 GMC Canyon Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-5C05BCC    New

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$136.01
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: ACDelco
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2009 - GMC Canyon
ACDelco
2009 GMC Sierra 1500 Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-24087D1    New

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$215.13
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • with Vehicles that use Brake Hold down pins
Brand: ACDelco
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2009 - GMC Sierra 1500
ACDelco
2010 GMC Sierra 1500 Drum Brake Shoe ACDelco

P311-24087D1    New

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$215.13
ACDelco Drum Brake Shoe
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Brand: ACDelco
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2010 - GMC Sierra 1500
Brembo
2004 GMC Canyon Drum Brake Shoe Brembo

P311-477AB5D    New

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$89.49
Brembo Drum Brake Shoe
  • Rear
Brand: Brembo
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2004 - GMC Canyon
Bendix
2000 GMC K2500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • 13 x 3 1/2 Rear Drum Brakes NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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2000 - GMC K2500 Rear
Bendix
1989 GMC C3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • Dual rear wheels NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1989 - GMC C3500 Rear
Bendix
1992 GMC C3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • Except 15,000 pounds gross vehicle weight NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1992 - GMC C3500 Rear
Bendix
1987 GMC R3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1987 - GMC R3500 Rear
Bendix
1999 GMC K3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • JB-8 NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1999 - GMC K3500 Cab & Chassis Rear
Bendix
1994 GMC C3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • DRW Excludes 15,000lb GVW NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1994 - GMC C3500 Rear
Bendix
1990 GMC C3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

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$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • DRW NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1990 - GMC C3500 Rear
Bendix
2000 GMC C3500 Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-52B447E    New

Qty:
$85.53
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • Dual rear wheels Except 15,000 pounds gross vehicle weight NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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2000 - GMC C3500 Rear

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handbrake

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Question From bobw on handbrake

hi i have a 2002 gmc envoy .can you tell me how to adjust hand brake,to is to loose, hope there is a adjustment. bobw

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Before you attempt a cable adjustment take a real look at the parking brake which I think this model uses a small drum brake inside rear brake rotor. There have been troubles there with the holdown clip and these shoes which should not really wear out tilt and get trashed by themselves. Bet that's the problem and it takes the hardware kit to prevent that from just happening again. Actually if it's just like one I dealt with just pull on cable by hand and watch how far the cable comes out - the problem was happening to left rear parking brake. wrong clip was used when new if so,

T

Response From bobw Top Rated Answer

i thank you for the infro thats just what it turn out to be will install new brake shoes and new kit this week ty again

Brake repair or lack of on 2000 GMC Sierra

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Question From dogsnponies on Brake repair or lack of on 2000 GMC Sierra

I had taken my truck in for repair as the the brakes were making noise and slow to stop. When I picked up the truck I was advised that the brakes were not in need of repair but instead were cleaned and adjusted. The receipt read: "Remove dual rear wheels, inspect shoes, drums, wheel cylinders and hardware, replace and torque to specification".
A few weeks later the rear brakes seized and caught on fire on the highway necessitating a tow for the truck and a horse trailer. The brakes had to be drilled off of the truck and the truck required new rear brake shoes, wheel cylinders and adjustment. I was told my the mechanic that the linings were paper thin.
My question is- what did this first shop do wrong or not do at all?

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

After a couple of weeks worth of driving before the incident; I find it hard to believe they were adjusted incorrectly; with-in the first 10 or 20 miles you would have felt/smelt/seen something.
I have seen the self adjuster(s) do this and don’t ask me why?
It just happened to us on a 3500 GMC G van; we did a complete rear brake job; it got everything except drums (they were machined); about 6 months ago.
Last week the driver came in with smoke rolling out of the right rear drum. Pulled it apart; thinking I was going to see a failed axle seal or the bonding of the friction material had come off. But there was nothing visibly wrong other then you could see that the new adjuster lever had a worn mark on it from trying to ratchet the adjuster wheel? Everything was in place; the parking cable wasn’t over tightened, nothing? We replaced all the heat damaged components, machined the drum and sent him down the road; still not knowing why?
This part I’m only speculating on; this is a new driver (one week) with this company and he’s on a route where he has to back into a lot of loading docks with this van. If he’s a nervous two footed driver (especially backing up); it could explain why the adjuster got such a work out?
Back in the 80’s when full sized rear wheel drive Chryslers were the norm as taxi cabs; we would purposely leave the adjuster levers off. We blamed the constant stop & go and backing up that a cab does for the adjuster to walk themselves up and lock the wheels?

Dan.

Response From Hammer Time

They may have adjusted them to tightly or something in the self adjusters kept making them tighter. It is highly suspicious at the least but hard to prove anything.