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emergency brake on? If so release it the brake shoes should release the drum.
Second option is to spray some WD40 on the threads next to the drum and replace
the wheel putting the lug nuts on finger tight. Lower the vehicle and slowly
drive forward for a couple of feet and slam on the brakes, then do the same in
reverse. Raise the vehicle and remove the wheel and see if the drum is loose or
give the drum a couple of whacks with a rubber hammer.
the reason you could do that was because it does not have positraction in the differential and it is designed that way for when you take turns so each axle can spin at a different speed. and the ginding noise with the brakes can be misinstalled hardware or a warped rotor.
You will have to release the brake adjustment on the wheels in question to be able to get them off. It also might help to try and rotate the brake drums backwards as you try to remove them after backing of the brake adjustment.