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Old 05-01-1999, 08:56 PM
bob219
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Hi,
I own a 1958 Mercedes 219.
Chasis # A105010-8506228
Engine # 18.921.Z8501732.
I am doing a brake job and
would like to know if anyone could tell me what
the tolerances are for
turning brake drums or tell me where to find this kind
of info. I would appreciate
any help. Thanks.
Bob219@webtv.net



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Old 05-03-1999, 11:01 PM
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Cast iron drum have a max. inside dia. of 232mm. Aluminum drums max 231mm .
Max out-of round .02mm


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