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They just slide off, if it doesn't it is rusted to the axle face, use a large shot filled hammer and WD 40 and hit around the axle lugs until it breaks free, you may also need to back of the brake shoes using the adjuster at the bottom of backing plate, oval hole, u will need a "brake spoon tool" to do this.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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