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I need to know how to take off the back brake to change the wheel stud

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You don't need to take the back brake off, just the rear brake drum. It is held in place by the wheel. After removing the wheel, the brake drum should come right off, unless it's rusted onto the hub. Then, you'll have to use a lot of rust penetrant and a mallet to slowly work it free.

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