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I do not know how to remove the rear brake drums on my 1999 isuzu rodeo. Is there a set screw that holds these in place? What is the best way to remove the drum?

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The first thing you need to do is back off the brake shoes which is done through a slot on the backing plate (you will need a brake adjustment tool) then some imports have 2 or 3 screws holding the drums on to the axle flange yours may not. you should be able to pull the drums off but they may need some persuasion with penetrating oil around the axle flange and a hammer tapping the drum free be careful not to hit to hard as these are made out of cast iron and break easily

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