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Rear brakes how do i get the drums off so i can replace the back brakes for a 1994 toyota tercel dx

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    I have a 1993 Tercel with the same problem. Did the hammer to the drum work

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Take the wheel off.
use a hammer and hit the drum from behind util it comes out.

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