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beesa71 wrote:No Gerry, just 2LS.
Each cylinder has two fixings. Each shoe then, at about mid-point, has an 'anti-knock back' arrangement with a nut on the outside of the brake plate and that might be giving the impression of more pivot points etc.
I've removed the pictures I took of the inside of a M&T converted brake plate assembly from my iPad but will try and add images to this thread when I get home later in the week.
It looks like 2 trailing shoes! No it doesn't. Snail cams are at the moving end of the cylinders.
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I guess, and it is only a guess that it would be both, otherwise the handling would be upset....shorter shocks on the rear (you don't need the travel on a circuit) and stanchions one inch above the yokes (as in the photo). Having said it is both front and rear, just doing the front would make it turn in quicker, hard to judge the angle of the swing arm to tell if the rear is lowered too.
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