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Totally agree with you. Way cheaper and faster to just switch out the brake assembly as a unit. Same with the springs. Way back when I bought the trailer it had surge brakes and they are garbage. Switched it to electric brakes many years ago... (see full post)
When repairing trailer brakes…..don’t. Replace the entire backing plate, shoes etc as a unit. Once you have it apart, remove the nuts holding the bacing plate on, remove the unit and cut the wires. The cost savings of repairing over replacing...
Unnecessary for what you're doing and all you'll gain is noise and a possible new headache. These red mounts are known to degrade badly and deform from engine heat. Do a search and you'll find some other threads on them. BMR mounts are kind of...
Hah....you know it !
Still trying to get to a track but my trailer took a dump. Needs brakes, shackles, bolts and some broken springs. I bought the trailer in 1994 and it's got a billion miles on it ! I guess it doesn't owe me anything. 😫... (see full post)
I believe everyone is running 19x11 ET52 offset, spacer up front to make them rotatable. 305/35/19 is probably the sweet spot for fitment and tire choices.Someone with a GT350 can chime in as I still run an S197.
Not much. You are going to get more understeer if you have more rear tire than front.
Square is the best for these cars, 305 square on 11 inch rims with a front spacer is the proven way to go. They are very front heavy. People resist this...