My old rear brake shoes lining has the same 29mm width size from the bottom side(the side that is bonded to the metal)all the way to the upper side.
When I got the new brakes shoes(while a professional removed the old lining and bonded a new lining). I had noticed that the bottom width of the lining is 29mm, but the upper width is 25mm. So the width cross section is like oval shape (attached photo)
Is it normal that the lining width has oval width like that? (The old one was straight width).
Could it cause damage to the drum? Or will cause a future problem?
Thanks in advance.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 AT 6:48 AM