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I have a1999 dodge durango and I am trying to change the rear brakes but I cant get the drum off, it seems as though their is a screw that is holding it in place. do you know if it has a screw that I am not seeing

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Ensure the parking brake is Off.

If necessary, remove the adjusting hole cover from the backing plate and using a suitable tool, back off the shoe adjuster.

If the drum is difficult to remove, insert an 8mm bolt into the hole on the drum to push it off.


GL,
Td

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

  • wtdash Aug 06, 2010

    Sorry, vehicle info in 1st post. Please see below.


    1. Remove any clip nuts securing the drum to the studs.


    2. Remove the brake drum. If the drum is stuck, a light-duty puller can be used, but first check that the parking brake has been fully released.

    Td

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