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I cannot get the rear wheel drum off so that I can replace a missing stud

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On the back side of the brake asembaly there is a small hole at the bottom the will alow u to back off the brake shoes so the drum will come off, the drum probably has a lip on the inside edge that get's stuck on the brake pads

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