Question about 1991 Chevrolet C3500
What you have to do is there are self adjusters in the drum you can get to them from the back of it there normally plugged up with a rubber cork pull that out adjust them down with a flat head screwdriver and a flashlight its just a little wheel that you turn up or down to tighten and loosen then you can hit the drum with a little sledge hammer on the corner of the drum and it will pop right off... Have any questions let me know and just please rate me..
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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