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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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