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Need help finding brake rebuild kit

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I just bought a 76 2002 sahara and the rear brakes are seized and all rusted pretty bad. so i went to my local parts stores and they couldnt get anything. Does anyone know where i can get a rebuild kit that includes springs, wheel cylinders etc etc?

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blunttech.com is pretty much all you need...Excellent service and vast amounts of knowledge...

Not always the best price but I will pay more for the package...

Tip for you... buy BMW and buy new...

He is an authorized BMW parts dealer.

Also try Ireland Engineering... I have blown my kids college fund via them.

http://www.iemotorsport.com/bmw/2002-parts.html

Ireland has a banner on this site...

Ireland Engineering and blunttech are big supporters of this board and the cause.

I support those people who make it all happen.

:) Need more help? Search via the site search and you will find more than you will ever need...almost everything has been done and documented here...

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..i" just bought a 76 2002 sahara

and the rear brakes are seized

and all rusted pretty bad.."...

you should be shopping for NEW slave cylinders,

New shoes, measure the drums for MAX Dia.

wear, NEW rubber brakes hoses (6 total)

and depending on the condition of the shoe

springs and hardware....?

rebuilding 36 year old rusted slave

cylinders is not prudet or cost effective

visit the condition of the front brake calipers,

pistons are usually stuck also.....

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couldnt find drum springs on either of those sites, just wheel cylinders. i might try and salvage them off my other bmw thats sitting. the front calipers were seized so i put rebuilt ones on the front.

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C.D. Is the master. Listen and learn.

Email blunt tech and tell him what you need.

I would not waste time scrounging for brake parts.

Scrounge for other stuff but go new on brakes.

Make sure you replace the brake lines. My guess is if the rear brakes are bad so are other components.

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I just started this project and will return to it soon.

I ordered everything through Steve at Bluntech. For me it was one stop shopping as he secured everything I needed and gave excellent advice on what to look for.

Make this job a little easier (cause it looks like it will be a PITA) call Steve. When you go to Autozone ask for the big puller. The new guy told me they only had the one (smaller). The old guy brought me the big claw.

Email me if you want and we can compare notes.

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