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Ok so I have a 1994 plymouth voyeger and I was wondering are the back brake drums pressed on?

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No they are not pressed on. When the drum gets worn it is hard to get off of the shoes. I would smack it on the front of the drum and then the back. This should close up the shoes enough to get the drum off.


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