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Does the drum slide off of the studds on you rear right side of on a 1994 ford ranger

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Yes it does. Sometimes they are rusted onto the axle. strike the drum with a hammer to loosen it up.

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Your brakes are over adjusted or incorrectly fitted

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This will be a messy and rusty job. you'll need a big heavy hammer and a couple of pry bars to get the drums off.
before you proceed with taking your frustrations out on rusty drums, scrape as much as the crud off of the backing plate as possible, hopefully you'll find a oval rubber plug or two in the plate.
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Next, go to the back side of the drum and criss crossing with every few hits to jar one side and then another, thry to knock the drum off the axle until you can get the pry bars between the drum and the backing plate. sometimes the drum will come off just from using the hammer.

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after everything looks good, turn the little gear a little bit at a time, and try to put the new drum on. once the new drum slides one the shoes, (it should take a little effort to get them on) spin them a few times and listen for a steady drag of the shoes rubbing. you should be able to spin them with little effort, and they should slow down fairly quickly. if they stop right when you let go, they're a bit tight (loosen the adjuster) if they keep spinning and spinning with little drag, they're too loose (tighten the adjuster)

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