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The drum brake should just slid off, but if it is not coming off easily then you have excessive wear in the drum and you will need to de-adjust the brake shoes so that they don't catch on the inside of the drum while you are trying to remove them.

The below shows what you need to do:

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This is the procedure.

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If you need further information please let me know.

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Jason

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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Drum Brakes Brake Drums Removal & Installation To Remove:
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