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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-30-2018, 05:28 AM Thread Starter
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Brake shoe/drum clarification

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I posted a request on the Giulietta section about this but the stuff rescued from the Aladdin's cave looks to me like 2600!

So, just posting this for confirmation....

Thanks for response...

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Those are the front brake assemblies for the 102 series 2000. Specifically the later self-adjusting brakes, roughly 1960-61.

The 2600 used front disc brakes, not drums.

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Hi Don

Oh dear, as I suspected, no use to me! Will check and post.

Are the 2000 rears like the G'etta rears? Fotos below from same lot....

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I agree with Don.

The flat back plate is what makes identification as a 102 front brake easy. The back plate on rear brakes (both 102 and 106) is different, easily spotted by the "hump" in the center (compare top right of the 102 parts catalog pages).

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[SIZE="1"]'63 2600 Touring Spider (AR 191437, the car that started the 2000/2600 International Register, reassembly in progress)
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Maintainer of a private 2600 SZ register (not the one in the Netherlands).[/SIZE]
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Are the 2000 rears like the G'etta rears? Fotos below from same lot....
No, they're not.

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[SIZE="1"]'63 2600 Touring Spider (AR 191437, the car that started the 2000/2600 International Register, reassembly in progress)
ex-'65 2600 SZ (AR 856043, the car in my avatar, sold as resto project to Austria)
Maintainer of a private 2600 SZ register (not the one in the Netherlands).[/SIZE]
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Thanks guys!

So, is the drum/brake shoe in second foto G'etta or ??

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So, is the drum/brake shoe in second foto G'etta or ??
I don't know Giulietta or 1900 well enough to answer this question.
For reference, here are the pages from the 1900 parts catalog.

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[SIZE="1"]'63 2600 Touring Spider (AR 191437, the car that started the 2000/2600 International Register, reassembly in progress)
ex-'65 2600 SZ (AR 856043, the car in my avatar, sold as resto project to Austria)
Maintainer of a private 2600 SZ register (not the one in the Netherlands).[/SIZE]
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Not Giulietta. Notice the 5 holes in the brake drum and shoes without the hole for the parking brake lever.
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