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There does not seem to be any where to set up the E brake on my F250 truck, do you have to pull the brake and rotor off.

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Yes, the parking brake uses a drum style with shoes. The inner part of the rotor is the parking brake drum. There is an adjustment hole in the back of the backing plate. If it hasn't yet been removed, you may have to punch out the stamped hole and use an adjuster (a screwdriver will work). To get to the parking shoes, remove the caliper and remove the rotor. Good luck.

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