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How do you remove the rear brake drum from a Mazda MX6?


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2015-07-15 18:53:06
2015-07-15 18:53:06

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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