In no order ...
Brake flexis replaced
brake drums swapped around side for side,
They are self energising short shoe has the lead ..
tyres are new and evenly worn, infact there aint no wear or feathering of the tread that would indicate a problem
Its a single circuit master cylinder , viz one pipe out the port to a splitter front to rear one supply pipe does all 4 corners, no dual circuit set up.
Master is for a drum drum application
I also shortened the push rod a couple of mil just incase it was some additional residual pressure, that made no difference either..
Pedal is stonkin , stomp on it and it stops the car straight and true, brake as if your nipping to the shops and it just gets progressively worse, real emergency undies type bad.... and as you keep pulling the wheel to the right to compensate for the pull, bring the car to a stop and then let the wheel go, it spins all the way to the left.... and it only does that under normal braking conditions ... Im convinced its steering /suspension, but cant get it in my head why the left brake would still be hotter than the right ...
and dont forget it did the same with a completely different brake set up ....
I can understand how suspension and steering geometry will make it vere in one direction when braking but I cant get it through my head why the brake would get hotter on that side as a result of bad geometry... is it a case of that corner having to do more as some weird physical force is pushing that corner harder ? ...One pedal, one system, shared fluid, how can more go to one side than the other ?
This one is giving me sleepless nights ..
I would go along with the geometry, Ive always thought it was, but ive never managed to convince my buddy of that , I dont think he would mind me saying hes a focused kinda chap..
Remember, this did exactly the same thing before the wilson welding set up and buick drums were fitted.