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Old 03-20-2008
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Default New Brake Chambers, Randy: HELP!

I received my new brake chambers. Unfortunately the push rods are about 10 inches long and BB uses a rod about 2 or 3 inches long. Both the front and rear are too long. Haldex sent me this long complicated method for calculating the length of the rod. My question is: How would you handle this: disassemble the new chambers and use the old push rods in the new chambers, just measure the old rods and cut the new ones to the same length, or?? I am in Mexico and although I have a lot of tools I am afraid that the rods may be Metric?? The thread appears very fine. I do not have a die that size and am afraid the threads may become damaged. Any help appreciated.

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all of them come long just cut them to the size you need thead a nut past were you a cuting the rod clean the threads with a file and then back the nut off you will be ok
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