ok, you got a good one on your hands. remove the wheels, spray some oil around where the drum and the hub meet. then you see the 2 little holes on the drum? install 2 12mm metric bolts and tighten them. if there is rust and you have a hard timd tightening the bolts, you must bang the drum with a 2, or 5 pound hammer while turning it round and round. this will break the rust and hopefully loosen the grip from the drum/hub. be careful not to hit the lugs, or you will need to replace them too. so, simply put, tighten the installed 12mm bolts bang tighten bang tighten bang tighten and so on. good luck.
2x4 and a sledge hammer
i need to know what tool to purchase to get the hub off my 2001 rear brakes please help
Remove the wneels then the drum retainer that holds the drum on while it is on the assy line. Then pull the drums off. If the shoes have worn into the drums you have to retract the shoes to let the drums come off. If they are sticking on the center, sometimes heat is required to get them loose.
Remove the wheels, pry the drums off.
Make sure your parking break is off when you're removing the break drums or they won't come off.
Toyota hiace 19883/83 model had drums at the rear and discs on the front. courtesy of Dranoweb.com
Yes, drums on the rear, discs on the front.
Remove the wheels from your 1995 Toyota Camry. Remove the brake pads by removing the brake pad Springs. Tap on the brake drum with a hammer or mallet. Slide the brake drums off. Reverse the process to install the new brake drums and shoes.
In New Zealand, NZD272 at a dealer
Disc in front, drums in back.
You have to loose nuts and lift your car up. Then remove a wheel. There are two ways to remove brake drums. First using a hammer. Knocking the drum with a hammer in the direction opposite from the car. And second more efficient is to find two screws which fit threades in removing drum holes (two holes in a drum with a thread in it).
If you are inexperienced, you should not be messing around with the brake drums.
brake drums should pull off if not rusted on.
Discs in the front and drums in the back.
Remove the drums and take them to an auto parts store that has a brake drum lathe.
experience and a big hammer
to remove drums
Remove the wheels then the drums should just slide off. If they are rusted on, WD40 and a hammer should do it. If the shoes have scored the drums, you have to retract the shoes first. If you can't do that you can pry the drums off and ruin the springs and fittings. You have to replace them and know how they go if you do that.
There are two types. If there are two scxrew holes in the face of the drum, run the appropriate sized screw into them and force the drum away from the axel. The newer ones require you to remove the nut and axel bearing, then it comes off easily.
On the face of the drum between the lug bolts there may be two threaded holes. Screw a bolt into each of them and this will force the drum off. It is probably just rusted around the center hole. A little WD40 or similar can help.
my 92 is dics
Remove the wheel and tap the drums at back with a 'deadblow' hammer, rotating the drum as you do this. The brake shoes tend to hold drums on.
very carefully :)
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