where do i find your post on this subject? If it can happen it will hapen to me???? Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 16:43:18 -0800 From: bugcollections@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: help To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 67s don't have brake pads. They are drum brakes. And see my post on adjusting the shoes. From: Duncan <whocanduncan1@xxxxxxxxx> To: TCB <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Thu, December 22, 2011 5:40:41 PM Subject: [tcb] Re: help Sorry if this seems obvious but you don't mention if you adjusted the brake pads? From: Rusty Herring <rustmah1@xxxxxxx> Sender: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 17:31:45 -0600 To: Texas Coalition of Busses<tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> ReplyTo: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: help I'm trying to fix the brake system on a 67 deluxe buse. Have changed out the mastercyclinder, all four wheel cycliners on the front,new drums on front. I've ran 64oz of brake fluid thru all the system(bleeding all wheel cycliners front and back) no more air, even bled mastercyclinder, all hoses look new. the brake pedal goes almost to the floor before the front brakes will lock up. the rear brakes want lockup. they will if you pull the e brake. i'm at a loss to figure this out . can any body offer any sugestions on what to try next?????? If it can happen it will hapen to me???? Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 08:54:41 -0600 Subject: [tcb] Bus sighting From: evil.scientist.boo@xxxxxxxxx To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx In the admirals club at LAX there is a large photograph about 4 by 6 on the wall. It is a photo of the desert southwest, possibly Mexico, with a 70s bus in it driving on a dirt road. Lime green and yellow.