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LOOK AT THE BRAKE DRUM ASSEMBLY ON THE OTHER WHEEL.THUMB OF RULE NEVER REMOVE DISASSEMBLE BOTH BRAKE DRUM SHOES AT THE SAME TIME.BECAUSE THE OTHER BRAKE ASSEMBLY CAN BE USED AS REFERENCE.YOUR BEST BET BUY HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL AT AUTO ZONE OR ADVANCE AUTO PARTS.YOU CAN GO ON LINE USE ONLINE MANUAL YOU HAVE TO PAY TO USE SITE FOR A YEAR NOT THAT MUCH.
Here is the diagram,It is always a good idea to only disaasemble one side so you can use the other side as a reference,I also reccomend using a set od brake pliers,they will the disassembly and reassembly much easier.