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need to get new shoes for the handbrake on my escort with rear beam set up from a mk6 2wd rs2k.

anyone know if these are a correct part no. 6749045 /6500946, only 40 notes posted on ebay.

any help would be welcomed.

I would try Unipart or another motor factor first, if your unsure.

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you can get yours re-linered if you can find a place to do it but getting new ones is very very expensive

may be an option,cheers fella.

working ok the now but would like a new set in there soon.

 

you can get yours re-linered if you can find a place to do it but getting new ones is very very expensive

may be an option,cheers fella.

working ok the now but would like a new set in there soon.

http://www.custombrakes.co.uk/

may call these fella the morn to get a price.

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you can get yours re-linered if you can find a place to do it but getting new ones is very very expensive

may be an option,cheers fella.

working ok the now but would like a new set in there soon.

 

you can get yours re-linered if you can find a place to do it but getting new ones is very very expensive

may be an option,cheers fella.

working ok the now but would like a new set in there soon.

http://www.custombrakes.co.uk/

may call these fella the morn to get a price.

 

I looked into the purchase of new shoes for an rs2000 4x4 not long ago and found they were only available from Ford at about £144 + vat.

I approached a few local re-lining firms and they quoted £8 to £15 per shoe. They appear to be unique as they are only 25mm wide.

Try re-liners locally for prices is the economic option!!!

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I bought some of these years ago for the Orion.

 

Apparently no reproductions were ever made and they are only available from Ford as part of a kit at about £100

ford want £155 for them, £115 with my discount, still a bit steep if you ask me.

 

Get some good second-hand ones (wanted section), do you definately need to replace them?

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I bought some of these years ago for the Orion.

 

Apparently no reproductions were ever made and they are only available from Ford as part of a kit at about £100

ford want £155 for them, £115 with my discount, still a bit steep if you ask me.

 

Get some good second-hand ones (wanted section), do you definately need to replace them?

 

yes,one side has about a quarter of the friction material missing, so deffo need them replaced.

i can get them relined for £40 at a nearby relining centre. which is not too bad, but will defo add a wanted topic there(totally forgot about doing that)

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