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How to Change rear brake shoes?

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2010-11-24 19:28:04
2010-11-24 19:28:04

Typical rear brake shoe setups are removed by uncliping retaining springs and washers, and then the shoes are easily removed from the assembly. Emergency brake cables may also have to be disengaged from the shoe itself to release it.

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