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Brake shoes are in relationship to pads at least 2 or 3 times as difficult. There are many springs and little pieces that you have to deal with, plus you will need some special tools to deal with the springs and retainers. For someone who has never done brake shoes you will be in for a pain in the rear, but if you have patience you can get it done. You can always find the diagram and step by step info online or in a manual (available at most auto parts stores)
Take the wheel and drum off and take a look. If you feel up to the job, take a picture as a reference to where each spring goes.
Hi, I would contact Swift directly on this number:
For ordering parts or warranty repair information, please contact Swift Customer Service at 800-523-4544.
You can get other contact information and dealer locations on their website:
The 'scope is mounted on a standard camera tripod thread so you can always check your local camera dealer.
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