Join Date: Nov 2011
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The parking brakes on our trucks is like the older drum brake was and the "driving" brake is a rotor/pad system in 1. As long as you pay attention and remember how things go back together, you should be able to handle it. If it was smoking, the pads are probably in need of replacement. Make sure the wheel spins freely and doesn't drag.
There is a member here whose name is Jack (FMRVT I think is his screen name) that is VERY knowledgeable about brakes. Hopefully he can chime in.
2001 F-250 4X4 CC SB 7.3 4R100 3.73, BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA/KO, Motorcraft filters, Mile Marker manual hub locks w/ESOF (No hub "floating"), AIH delete, Rust-Oleum bed coating, Silverstar Ultra headlamps w/ clear headlight assemblies, 5,000K LED interior lamps; Moog greaseable u-joints, ball-joints, front hub assemblies; retractable bed hitch, original black CPS (BEST "mod" I have), Energy Suspension bushings, Red Heavy Duty ELC, Edge Evolution 15001 (for gauges), Walker BTM, Donaldson AIS