Question about Chevrolet S 10
They are kind of hard to take it out ,that happen because the brake shoes wear off the droms only exactly where the brake shoes are with the usage of time and create like a border right on the edge of the droms,try to desadjust the brake shoes by the cylinder which is inside of the drums and a slot below the axle it located right at front of the cylinder to be adjust it,if that does not work you will have to try to pull the droms out by the hard way.hit it all around the droms with a hamer then
try to pull them out, you will have to do this several times until they comes out. good luck
Posted on May 26, 2011
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