Question about 1993 Nissan Pickup
You will have to find bolts that fit the drum.on the drum over the brakes has 3 places on it that has places where you have to screw the bolts into to remove the drum. Once you have the bolts in the drum turn bolts in a little bit at a time going until bolts eventually push drum off of brake shoes.the bolts you need should be metric bolts. I believe the bolts are 13 to possible 14 or 15 mili meter
Go to the hardware store and get 3 sets of 13,14,15 mm bolts 3 of the bolts should fit.once you have the brake drum off start on one brake shoe at a time. Lay your parts out on the ground one thing at a time better yet take a picture first and remove parts one thing at a time on ground so you know where and how they go back on. Make sure you have two cans of brake clean to spray brake drum down and spray where all the parts hook up to plate where brake shoes hook to until somewhat are clean.then make sure that you match up the brake shoe lining with the proper brake shoe, one brake shoe lining will be longer than the other. Should say primary or secondary. Just match them up with same length lining lenghth.if this doesn't help go to utube and pull up your year of truck make and model. Hope this helps.
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