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My rear brake drum on a 1985 pulsar will not come off, what am I missing?

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Make sure your emergency brake is disengaged and tape all around it lieghtly with a hammer or rubber mallet. All around the edge it will come off. The brake dust holds them on sometimes pretty tight

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