ORIGINAL ROCKY MOUNTAIN BRAKE SET, LESS 12 INCH CAST IRON DRUMS. CAN USE MODEL T TRUCK DRUMS. $500.00 PLUS SHIPPING
NOTE, THE REPRODUCTION ROCKY MOUNTAIN DRUMS CAN ALSO BE USED IF YOU MAKE A SLIGHT MODIFICATION TO THE LENGTH OF THE LOWER ADJUSTMENT ROD AT RIGHT OF PICTURE.
Glen are these for a 26-7 or tt truck
SPENCER, NO, THEY ARE FOR 1909-25 PASSENGER CAR, APPROX. 12 IN DRUMS. WHAT SIZE ARE THE TRUCK DRUMS, THEY MIGHT WORK.
glen 26-7 cars are 11 inch tt truck I think are 12
Sorry Glen: What you have posted is the first series Rocky Mountain Brake, made by Jack Sunderlin in the early '60s. Surely you should remember that!
Notice, at the bottom of the bracket it says Rocky Mountain Steel Products, LA, Calif? Also, when Jack was reproducing them, he didn't realize what the two cams were for on each band, so he just left them off! He was not mechanical at all! He also substituted a Bennett Brake equalizer which wasn't correct either. If he would have done his homework, I'm sure he could have come up with the original parts. It took me years to do that, and Jack could have too if he would have paid attention!
Martin Vowell is supposed to be doing an exploded view of the original Rocky Mountain Brakes, but he hasn't done it yet!
These say Made in USA Patent applied for ROCKY MOUNTAIN BRAKE, LA CALIF
No shit Glen! Mine say Rocky Mountain Steel Products, LA Calif.
SO WHATS CORRECT?