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Yup,

It is finally time. My drums have 230K miles on them, and it is time to replace them.

Where is a good place to buy '77 drums. I need both. Also, I should probably replace the brake adjusters, pads, springs.

Where is a good place to buy all this? I know that drums can be pretty spendy.

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From the address on your sign-on, I take it you are up in Seattle.

If you are looking for brand new, then either check Motorsports or Victoria British or ZParts to name a few. Sorry don't have experience with any of them so can't help you there.

If you don't mind used drums, there is one boneyard down here in the Portland Oregon area that I go to that has a pretty good selection and fair prices.

Call All Z East Auto Recycling, their 800 # is 800-533-5659
regular is 503-666-5659. Mike is the most knowledgeable one there, he's usually the one that answers.

You can tell him I sent you. (if you want)

Enrique Scanlon
 

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Very Common Item

You can also get them at virtually any NAPA auto store and/or the national retailers like AutoZone, PepBoys, etc.

Online sources are endless.

You should also be able to choose from steel or aluminum...
 

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24-5104 77-78 Rear Whell Cylinder L or R 26.95 Each

24-5050 70-78 Rear Brake Drums 92.95

24-5021 77-78 Brake Shoes 26.95

24-5381 Rear Drum Brake Hardware Kit 20.95 (both sides)

Looks like 200 - 300 does not say a pair or each on the drums...

MSA 800.633.6331

ask most parts are OE in Nissan boxes...

Or use 82+ 280ZX calipers and rotors and obtain the maxima brackets for a bolt on conversion. If you wish to maintain 4 lug bolt pattern and want better disk brakes BTW... You could prob do it for about 100 + More then all new stock drums.

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