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Username Post: Ford 9" and disc brake issues.
acardon 
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Loc: DFW TEXAS
Reg: 03-25-05
02-22-21 10:57 AM - Post#2814875    
    In response to 1956chevy

You won't get an accurate pinion angle measurement with the suspension hanging down. You need the full weight on the suspension. The pinion should point up 4 degrees if the engine/transmission is at stock configeration. The level shows the angle in the correct direction but the axle housing needs to be supported by jack stands to measure the 4 degrees.
I don't know if CCI sells the CPP rear brakes, but if those are Cadillac calipers, the E-brake is not adjusted correctly. CPP has a newer write-up, from their original, on how to adjust the Cadillac calipers and it's pretty critical and confusing.
Don
66 Corvair (driving)
57 2dr HT (driving)
56 2dr HT (waiting to be restored)

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