Adjusting before bleeding All Drums

From "Triumph Herald at Yahoo"

==AM==
According to a 1964 Girling Service Bulletin, the front brake adjusters
should be "slackened right off (anticlockwise)" and the adjusters on
the rear brakes "should be locked hard (clockwise). This reduces the
space in the cylinders and economises in time and fluid. Bleeding
should start at the rear left side wheel if the car has drum brakes all
around…."

Of course, once done, readjust the fronts properly and back off the
rear adjusters as necessary. ;-)

—Andy Mace

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