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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am sure there are 2 holes between the studs that are threaded, and you can screw a bolt in to each of these, to ease off the drum.
If this fails, a little heat from a gas blow torch, and tapping with a hammer should do the trick.
Before refitting, the give hub flange,and centre hole edge a rub with emery paper, and put on a slight smear of copperslip grease on the drum hole edge, to prevent same happening next time !
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Posted on Jan 22, 2009
on both timming gears there is 8mm holes that line up 2 the same size holes in the head, stick a 8mm bolt through to alighn cams, the crank marck pionts staight up. you might have the gears on the wrong cam.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
You don't say what brakes.
I have had many cavys and worked on them. Great cars.
Your problem sounds like a **** rear wheel cylinder and bad drums/rotors and abs sensor wire.
My car just did everything you describe, I put in new wheel cylinders, drums, brakes, rotors, and 2 new rear brake lines. For less than 200 bucks the car is like new again and has well over 100k.
You can do it yourself. Doesn't take special tools. I followed online how-to's.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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