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Need help, buds!

Took a quck spin with Bob. Long story short, no belly skin on = trashed sj410 t-case backing plate.

Anyone got one? Danny?

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Took a quck spin with Bob. Long story short, no belly skin on = trashed sj410 t-case backing plate.

Anyone got one? Danny?
What's that?

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SJ410's don't have parking brakes on the axles. Instead they have what Suzuki calls a "center brake", which is a cable-actuated drum brake on the rear output of the t-case.

The backing plate is the part that bolts to the t-case itself, and which the brake shoes attach to. That plate is the part I need.

I fell back off a rock, caught the edge of the backing plate and bent it to hell, and now the shoes are into the drum all the time. I can't hammer it back out to work properly, so I really need a straight one.

Since you live in 410-land, I thought you might have a couple-few 410s around and might be able to part with a plate. Just tryin', as I'm a little desperate.

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SJ410's don't have parking brakes on the axles. Instead they have what Suzuki calls a "center brake", which is a cable-actuated drum brake on the rear output of the t-case.

The backing plate is the part that bolts to the t-case itself, and which the brake shoes attach to. That plate is the part I need.

I fell back off a rock, caught the edge of the backing plate and bent it to hell, and now the shoes are into the drum all the time. I can't hammer it back out to work properly, so I really need a straight one.

Since you live in 410-land, I thought you might have a couple-few 410s around and might be able to part with a plate. Just tryin', as I'm a little desperate.
I didn't just all off the turnip/Suzuki truck you know!!!
Yes I have "some" hanging around.

Send me your addy by PM and I'll send one up to ya.

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I tried, but it says you have selected to not receive private messages. Do you have that turned off?

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Also, I know you know I know you know Suzuki. I was just explaining it in detail because I like to hear myself talk.

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Send me your addy by PM and I'll send one up to ya.
Did you get my message?

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I tried, but it says you have selected to not receive private messages. Do you have that turned off?
he turned it off because he hates it when somebody replies to a post (thats not refering to his reply) and gets an Email

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Well, isn't that Danny being, well, Danny. I wonder if he remembers that.

Hey, check your PM Randy

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Well, isn't that Danny being, well, Danny. I wonder if he remembers that.

Hey, check your PM Randy
Hey hold on there!

I keep putting the notifications on but never get the stupid things!

I sent ya PM despite the fact that you're baggin on me.....

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