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    Month year etc? 2017-09-01 13.04.07.jpg
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    Those are rear brake cam shafts. Pretty sure the left one is early 28. Could not find mine to compare to the later, but if memory serves me correctly there were 2 sizes used in very early cars with smooth backing plates, then another used in the ribbed backing plates.
    Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good.

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      Rod,..I'll buy that. The longer one is for the separate E-brake backing plate..
      Oh yah,..the month and year,...start and stop..6-28 about..

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