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Removing rear drums on pontiac G5 2007 - 2008 Pontiac G5

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Did you "scuff" up the front rotors??? Sounds like the may be "glazed". Also if the rear drums did come off that easy I suggest adjusting. You should feel very slight "drag" when you spin rear drum. Good luck

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They pull off just like any other vehicle, unless you live in an area where they use salt. Brake and suspension parts on these rust and sieze quickly. Soak with penetrating oil and keep tapping around perimiter. I do this for a living, and I've had Torrent drums take me hours to break loose (I'm surprised the wheels even came off)

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The center part can get a little rust and hold the drum tight. Try a little penetrant there and tap it around the outside opf drum with a hammer.
If there are two holes opposite each other just out from the center of drum, but not as far out as the wheel studs, these are threaded holes to screw in two "8 X 1.25" bolts about 1 inch long, and push the drum outward. Screw the bolts in evenly and you will see the drum start inching outward.

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Did you "scuff" up the front rotors??? Sounds like the may be "glazed". Also if the rear drums did come off that easy I suggest adjusting. You should feel very slight "drag" when you spin rear drum. Good luck

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