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Rear brake is not working properly after changing the brake shoe

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I belive that one shoe is longer than the other. just slightly or maybe a lot. flip them around and give it a try.

self energizing brake shoes I think its called you could probally google it to find out which one faces front and rear its always the same.

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SOURCE: '96 Honda VF750c Magna rear brake shoe change?

Check the generic procedure outlined in the generic service manual at this site: http://hrca.honda.com/

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