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In the rear drum assembly there is a ( gear ) adjust the gear either up or down to spread the shoes out, After that make sure you're drums still slide on and off with little hesitation.

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  • 2 Release the parking brake pedal completely and raise your vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel with a socket wrench and disconnect the brake caliper from the caliper adapter. Slide the rotor from the axle shaft.
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