I am using last warm day to install rear brakes on my old Ranger. I can rant about stupidity of former owner for just disconnecting all rear brake parts and tossing them. However my real anger is at Haynes manual for using pictures of "typical" Ford drum brakes rather than actual RANGER brakes. They show on 'typical' Ford brakes the parking brake actuator arm that pivots on pin connected to rear shoe. Well not only doesnt the new shoes for this Ranger have a spare round hole for such a pin, but no autoparts catalog shows such a lever. They show the adjuster plate as the emergency brake lever but just show the individual piece, not with everything hooked up. I dont see a place on adjuster plate to attach emergency brake cable nor do I see how this would engage the brakes. Getting late enough in the day, that I am just going to assemble brakes without connecting emergency brake cable. Everything else is going together fine and adjusters work. Brakes will function, just no emergency brake function. I assume there is a missing lever to attach the cable to. If anybody knows of a website with diagram or pics of actual Ranger rear drum brakes, please post and let me know. Thanks.