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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rear Brake drums?
Start loosening the adjusters, blow out the dust
with compressed air, do not breathe the dust as it is toxic.If it does not come out you will need to hammer carefully around the rim. If it still does not come out use a ball
ping hammer, and hit the center of the
drum being extremely careful not to hit the studs or you will damage it.
An alternative way to do this is hitting the drum in the center avoiding the studs and making sure you are hitting the drum and not the axle. Usually you hit it a couple of times with a hammer and the drum comes off. If you do not do it the right way you may damage brakes, studs and axle.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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