Rotor finally showed up sometime last week. I was out of town and came home to the package on my doorstep. Now I'm just waiting for a day that doesn't have condensing humidity outside as well as cooler. Monday evening is looking promising as it's supposed to only get into the mid 70s during the day and low 60s in the evening.Still haven't got the replacement rotor because USPS in California appear to not have released it for shipment. Been sitting in Garden Grove, CA since June 29th. Amazon's shipment status says (paraphrasing) "if it's not here by the this coming Friday contact us." I also need to check drum brake adjustment as pedal travel is really long. It has been since I got it but, lately, it feels worse for some reason.
Had another shock blow out on the rear passengers side. a month out of warranty as well. Ordered two because it seems this is going to be a recurring issue during this, I replaced the rear spring insulators because that seemed like an easy job.93Flareside;n3395101 said:Shock is in, drums adjusted. I now finally have the brake pedal feel I've been expecting. Apparently, the shoes weren't touching the drums at all. With my past experience with my flareside, drums have to drag a little bit to provide good brake power and pedal feel. Problem is the drums are worn enough with a rust edge that doesn't allow you to pull the drum off and adjust the star adjuster easily. Only way was through the backing plate. Took longer but, it was worth it. Productive weekend I'd say.
Ummm....93Flareside;n3553058 said:KYB Gas-a-just. They have a one year warranty.
More: http://www.rockauto.com/genImages/63...01-01-2016.pdfKYB Warranty Information:
Lifetime: All Branded KYB Shock Absorbers, Struts, Strut-Plus and Strut Cartridges (Except Electronic and Self-Leveling Units)
One (1) Year: Strut Mounts, Boots, Hardware and Steering Stabilizers.
180 Days: Electronic and Self-Leveling units.