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HOW DO i GET THE REAR DRUMS OFF? - 1991 Plymouth Voyager

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Have a star adjusting brake wrench to loosen the star adjusting wheel
that will retract the brake shoes which are holding the drums from coming off. the wear from the brakes leaves an outer edge untouched on the drum causing the shoe to become stuck in place. If this has over 60000 mile since last replaced a hammer will be needed to pound the drums off for new drums will be needed I know from all the miles of wear on them. They will be too far gone to reuse and to have machined down

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