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How do you remove the rear brake drum when changing the shoes on a 93 Geo Tracker 2WD?

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2015-07-15 21:37:15
2015-07-15 21:37:15

There's no secret to removing Tracker drums. Four nuts hold the drum to the inner hub. Remove those, ensure the parking brake is off and the drum should slip right off. If not, you may have to pry out the rubber plugs on the back of the brake backing plate and use a screwdriver to rotate the adjusters until the brake shoes get slack enough to allow the drum to come off.

Expect to replace the 4 studs and the nuts that hold the drum on. These and the wheel studs and nuts fail and cross thread worse than any other car I've ever owned.

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