ok, start by getting some jack stands and jack. you will need a socket set and some anti-sieze. lossen the bolts on wheels then jack it up, use support stands. second pry wheels of, you may need a braker bar if the are rusted on the hub. next you will need a good C, clamp ( steel clamp please) un-du the the two caliper bolts, bolted to the hub assembly. slide the caliper of the rotor, inspect for damage to rotor. when finished remove brake pads and all shims and clips from caliper. replace with new pads, make sure clips are installed correctly ( due one at time to use the other as reference for clip orientation. apply anti-sieze to backing plate and caliper bolts. attach caliper, apply more anti-sieze to hub for easy removal next time. and you should be done
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You have to replace brake shoes.
Take it to a garage and ask them "Can you replace my brake shoes please"
remove brake lines, remove bolts on the bracket that holds the cylinder to the brake booster then its free. Some cases you will have to pry open the brake shoes.
Is there a special tool that is needed to remove and replace the brake shoes?
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake assembly spring. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake shoes.
The rear brake shoes, on a Kawasaki 3010 Mule, will come off. When the brake springs are removed. Reverse the process to install new brake shoes.
you replace the complete rear brake system; be it drums, shoes, and mounting hardware, or discsand calipers. Identify your rear brake system.
The answer will depend on the part needing replacement. Is the cable broken? Do you need part of the handle or brake mechanism or are the brake shoes worn out? Determine the problem then either visit your local Toyota dealer or check online for the replacement part cost. Cheers
you dont adjust you replace brake shoes
back shoes a lot of work,,many springs,
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