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You could send them off to Vintage Brake in California or find a local shop that re-lines brake shoes. The ones I have had done they bond lining on that is thicker than you need so you can shim the shoes out 0.010-0.020" and turn everything down to match the ID of the drum. Preferably you turn the drum before you cut the shoes to get the best performance. The local shop here used material normally used on towmotors and it worked great on my /2 BMW.
 
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