basically just remove the rear wheels, spray wd-40 on the wheel studs. then start hitting the drum with a hammer (be careful not to damage wheel studs) to brake loose the rust. after a couple of good whacks start hitting the drum from behind and it should pop right off..
The correct way to remove the drum is to remove the wheel, and then, you will see two small holes in the drum. You need to find a bolt that is a couple inches long that fits the threads in these holes. I do not remember the bolt size or thread patter. You then tighten the bolts into those two holes and they will evenly push the drum off of the hub. Normally hammering on the drum will loosen it up enough to remove, but you must be careful. If it is really stuck you must use the bolts.
id like to know the same thing. i have a 1995 Honda ATV. and i cant get the rear brake drum off
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How to remove. 1988-1995 Kawasaki Klf Bayou 220 rear brake drum. 1. Remove the rear wheel 2. Pull the cover off the grove in the end of the brake drum. 3. Remove and discard the axle nut cotter pin. 4. Loosen and remove the axle nut and washer. 5. Slide the brake drum off the rear axle and remove it. Note: The brake drum should slide off the rear axle with little or no effort. If the brake drum is tight, Loose the brake adjuster. I hope this help's.
Light coating of grease on the axle flange before reinstalling, or create a wax paper gasket and put in before installing drum.
Remove the tire and hammer on the front of the drum until it comes loose. 99% of the time, rust is holding it on super tight.
Better hope it is not a drum brake- it was originally equipped with a disc brake caliper.
If you're trying to remove the brake drum, be sure to NOT have the emergancy brake on. Remove the wheel and tap the drum with a rubber mallet until it releases, That's it!
you have to take the 4 bolts off on the other side of the brake drum.then it should come off.
The first step is to remove the tire. The rear brake drum will have what is known as a self-adjusting screw. This may need to be adjusted to pull the drum off, once you have the tire removed.