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How do I take the brake drum off of a 2001 Honda Recon?

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Loosen the rear-axle nut
Rotate the chain-tensioners [on each side of the rear-axle bolt] to their minimum points.
Remove the wing-nut of the rear-brake adjuster rod.
Place the bike on a stool [under engine] or bike-jack.
Remove the chains, the nut, and washer.
Knock off the rear-axle-bolt with a rubber hammer.
[be careful the tire will drop down].
Take out the tire, and place it on a table.
Remove the brake-drum.
Reverse this procedure for installation.

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