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shark, as I read your last post, you did find the p/b adjustment method, right? I found that "releasing"/backing off 10 teeth was too much. Try 7 teeth as a starter, as long as you can turn the hub by hand. I stopped at 7 teeth, but will probably take it to 5 teeth when Spring gets here. Three(3) clicks on the parking brake handle will easily hold the car on somewhat shallow up/down-hill situations, but I need that 4th click to hold in my driveway(I call it Mt. Galo).
The adjustment process is a pain due to having to put the wheels back on to test the holding strength, but if one is a diy-er, it's worth the trouble.
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