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Rear brake drums stuck on 1994 2wd p/u won't budge

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YOU SHOULD SEE TWO HOLE IN THE DRUM THERE IS THREADS IN THERE INSTALL TWO BOLTS AND RUN THEM IN IT WILL POP THE DRUM OFF

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