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How do you remove the rear brake drums from a 2002 Chevy Tracker?

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2006-03-05 22:29:53
2006-03-05 22:29:53

tHAT IS WHERE i AM TODAY. iT WILL HAVE TO BE ANOTHER DAY WITH A LOT OF SUNSHINE HOURS. i WAS ABLE TO FIND THIS MUCH ABOUT SUZUKI'S. REMOVE THE PARKING CABLE CABLE AND LEVER TO GIVE YOU EXCESS CLEARANCE WHEN YOU REMVOE THE DRUM. YOU WILL NEED A SLIDE HAMMER AND ATTACH TO REAR DRUM AND REMOVE THE DRUM WITH THE SLIDEHAMMER. BE CAREFUL OF YOUR FINGERS YOU COULD ALSO USE A GEAR REMOVAL TOOL AND ATYTACH TO THE 2 SCREW HOLE (LOOKS LIKE 8MM) AND PRESS IT OUT.

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