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Old 12-06-2012, 08:54 PM   #1
alexrckid
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drum tone ring removal...

anyone ever have any luck remving a tone ring from a drum. my ZX5's got bout 70k on it. did a rear brake job and would like to replace the drums with new ones......would like to reuse the tone rings(since new drums dont seem to come with them and new ones at ford are mucho $$$$$. tried lightly trying to pry a ring off and see that wont work...at least i dont think so....thanks.


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