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How do you remove the brake drum on a 1987 toyota 4x4 pickup truck

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  • Joey Johnson May 11, 2010

    THERES CLIPS ON THE BOLT STUDS BUTTED UP AGAINST DRUM. AND DONT HAVE YOUR EMERGENCY BREAK ON BECAUSE THAT WILL HOLD IT TO WHERE YOU CANT GET IT OFF. SCOTCH WHEELS WHILE YOU DO THAT ALSO

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There are two treaded holes in the face of the drum
find two bolts that fit the threads and screw them in untill they bottom out on the axle flange.
then give each bolt one turn at a time alternating between the two untill drum is off

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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