Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
I am not able to remove the brake drum of my 98 durango. 1) I have check to make sure that the e-brake is off 2) I have sprayed lubricant on the hub. 3) The other brake drum came off with no problem. 4) I have done my own brakes for over 30 years and never came on this problem
I am sure you have seen rotors that have a lip where the pad dosent touch. the same thing happens on the drum. This lip will then hold that drum tot he pads. The only way to get it off is to pull. The pads will neeed replaced i am sure if you have a lip on the drum. drums will probly need to be replaced as well. If the rust is holding it on then just get a big hammer and hit it in the middle where it rests on the hub. You can break much back there and it sounds to me if you do you have the experance to fix it. unfortunately there is no easy way to just pull it off it it has the lip.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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