Gama Goat Brake Drum/Hub resurfacing

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CombatJack

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Good morning all,

I pulled the 6 hubs/drums off of the goat, to do a full brake restoration/rebuild.
I have 2 words: HOLY. S**T.
They are in pretty bad shape. I have NOS ones but I want to save those, and want to get these turned down/resurfaced and use them.
I went by O'reillys but the machine they have cannot accommodate a Goat hub to turn it down.
Anyone ever had this done to a Goat? If so, where did you go to get the work performed??

I have every other part I need to rebuild the entire brake assembly at the wheel. Next chore will be the Master Cylinder. It looks like that is a bear to work on as well, through that tiny little hold in the dash!!

Thanks for the help!

CJack
 

diesel583

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Try any machine shop, not automotive but oil field or job shop. They should be able to handle it. Don't be surprised if it gets a little costly.
 

owensexport

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Good morning all,
I have every other part I need to rebuild the entire brake assembly at the wheel. Next chore will be the Master Cylinder. It looks like that is a bear to work on as well, through that tiny little hold in the dash!!
CJack
I have NOS master cylinders sealed in the original boxes for $60.00
 
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