(today we tune in to here.....)
here's my thought... were the shoes put on backwards?... IRC, the shoe
with the long friction goes to the front, the short friction to the
rear. I agree w/ checking the adjusting pawl, too.
questions the answer with a question......
I am going to have to look at this tonight.
Are you positive that the long shoe faces the front of the vehicle?
I believe the Hayes manual showed the longer show towards the rear. I
will double check that tonight.
Once ....I saw a 57 Chevy that had front ends
on both ends....complete with doors, windshields, the works.....
(AmVets parade car)
now which way you reckon them long shoes
oughta go on a thing like that...?????
Long shoe to the front....of course!!!!!
~thinks maybe you worked on yer friends
vehical and got things mixed up~