You need a big Socket (32MM I believe). Once you take off the nut the Drum will come right off.
I have '95 MX6. Yes, a 32MM socket is needed. However, it is also possible that a large jaw clamp puller may need to be used in order to dislodge the bearings from the spindle. They seem to get stuck on there.
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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.
You need to remove the two Phillips head screws holding brake drum assembly on. Then thread an 8mm bolt through threaded hole on face of drum. This will push drum assmembly off of hub.
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!
Better hope it is not a drum brake- it was originally equipped with a disc brake caliper.
remove brake drumremove bolts holding bearing to rear spindlebig hammer to knock it out of the spindleif no bolts then look for large clip around the hub bearing to remove
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.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake pads and hardware. The drum should slide off. You may need to tap it with a hammer.
id like to know the same thing. i have a 1995 Honda ATV. and i cant get the rear brake drum off
Obviously ensure your handbrake is off with wheels chocked. My 1994 Mazda B2600i has two large Philip head screws in each drum, between the wheel studs. Unscrew these first, then tap the front and sides of the drum with a hammer to disloge the drum, ENSURING you do not chip the edge of the drum. If the drum still does not pull toward you, study the layout of the drum brake adjustment mechanism and try and adjust the brake shoes in via the port at the rear of the drum.
To remove the drum, beat it mercilessly with a very large hammer.
In Haynes workshop manual.
Hit it with a sledge hammer
Not sure but you can go to a Mechanic .
YOU would actually have to remove the brake drum and measure them ,the width of the shoe then measure across the diameter of the drum .
should just pull off if parking brake not engaged
i have leak in my back break[break drum]on my passenger side,how do i fix it
on my 91 you take out the two Phillips head screws put them in the other set of holes and as you tighten it will push the drum off
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1988 Ford Ranger pickup truck. Remove the brake pads. When the brake drum is not loose you can tap on it with a hammer or mallet. Once the brake drum is loose it will slide off.
If it is a drum brake system, then you will have to remove the wheel ,drum, brake shoes, and hydraulic brake line , then remove and replace the cylinder with a new one re-assemble and bleed the hydraulic brake system
Raise and support vehicle and remove wheel.Release parking brake.Remove brake drum. If drum is difficult to remove, screw in bolt to pull drum out.Remove retainer, return springs, adjuster and shoes.Remove retainer ring with suitable tool, then separate toggle lever and brake shoe.Reverse procedure to install.Adjust brakes and parking brake.