czechhazaParticipantMay 14, 2023 at 6:03 pmPost count: 90
Hey all, I recently bought a Sebro Brake drum and they will NOT go on the splines more than an inch. This is the second drum that has done this and they don’t fit on multiple buses. Are they normally hard to get on? Or am I just getting bad parts?RustabusParticipantMay 14, 2023 at 6:18 pmPost count: 3205
Thought this might be Spam!!! We gotta figure out how to make aftermarket stuff work!!!!😃czechhazaParticipantMay 14, 2023 at 10:46 pmPost count: 90
Haha, no it’s me 🙂
It just so weird that it’s two drums.John JonesModeratorMay 15, 2023 at 5:14 amPost count: 13384
I’m not sure I have ever used a new drum🤫🤫🤫🤫. You should have taken a few OG drums with ya🤫🤫🤫
Proud and Stubborn 👍🏻czechhazaParticipantMay 15, 2023 at 7:31 amPost count: 90
John did you know that stopping is difficult when your drums are out of spec? 😉😉 not that I’ve ever been behind you when you use the curb to slow down….
Well. They are going back. What a weird thing.John JonesModeratorMay 16, 2023 at 4:57 amPost count: 13384
Haha…well shoot. John did you know that stopping is difficult when your drums are out of spec? 😉😉 not that I’ve ever been behind you when you use the curb to slow down…. Well. They are going back. What a weird thing.
specs? We don’t need no stinking specs!!
Proud and Stubborn 👍🏻alessandrakellyproParticipantSeptember 6, 2023 at 6:37 amPost count: 1
I understand your frustrations with Sebro Brake Drum. It’s essential to address concerns with any automotive product, especially when it comes to safety components like brake drums. To resolve your issues, I recommend reaching out to Sebro’s customer support and inquiring about their return policy. Many reputable manufacturers have return policies in place to ensure customer satisfaction and safety. Hopefully, they can assist you in finding a solution to your brake drum concerns.
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