I have a 1994 Escort, so I am not sure the answer is the same, but here goes. There are a couple of Phillips screws that hold the brake drum in place. If you remove those screws, and thread them into a pair of alternate threaded holes on the drum, the screws push against a solid plate and force the drum free. When I did this, I found the screws so hard to turn, because the removal holes were rusty, that I stripped the screw head and could not force the drum off. I took one of the screws to the hardware store and found hex-head bolts that were threaded the same. Tightening those bolts with a ratchet made it an easy task. Of course, you need to use the original screws, or exact replacements, to secure the drums when you re-install them.
You will need 2 m8 bolts about 2 inchs long to tread in to the alternate threaded holes. I would buy these from the hardware store before you get started.
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If you're trying to remove the brake drum, be sure to NOT have the emergancy brake on. Remove the wheel and tap the drum with a rubber mallet until it releases, That's it!
Better hope it is not a drum brake- it was originally equipped with a disc brake caliper.
How to remove. 1988-1995 Kawasaki Klf Bayou 220 rear brake drum. 1. Remove the rear wheel 2. Pull the cover off the grove in the end of the brake drum. 3. Remove and discard the axle nut cotter pin. 4. Loosen and remove the axle nut and washer. 5. Slide the brake drum off the rear axle and remove it. Note: The brake drum should slide off the rear axle with little or no effort. If the brake drum is tight, Loose the brake adjuster. I hope this help's.
There are two Phillips screws on the drum, remove those screws and put them in the other screw holes. Tighten them, they press against a solid plate forcing the drum off
The first step is to remove the tire. The rear brake drum will have what is known as a self-adjusting screw. This may need to be adjusted to pull the drum off, once you have the tire removed.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake pads and hardware. The drum should slide off. You may need to tap it with a hammer.
id like to know the same thing. i have a 1995 Honda ATV. and i cant get the rear brake drum off
To remove the drum, beat it mercilessly with a very large hammer.
YOU would actually have to remove the brake drum and measure them ,the width of the shoe then measure across the diameter of the drum .
Not sure but you can go to a Mechanic .
Need to know if the vehicle has rear disc brakes or drum brakes and which part of the e-brake system you want to remove, front cable, rear cables, e-brake linings, etc.
should just pull off if parking brake not engaged
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Remove the tire and wheel from your 1988 Ford Ranger pickup truck. Remove the brake pads. When the brake drum is not loose you can tap on it with a hammer or mallet. Once the brake drum is loose it will slide off.
If it is a drum brake system, then you will have to remove the wheel ,drum, brake shoes, and hydraulic brake line , then remove and replace the cylinder with a new one re-assemble and bleed the hydraulic brake system
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Remove the wheel and tire. Next, remove the axle end cap. Remove the brakes and all hardware. The brake drum will slide off.
Back off the brake shoes then remove the wheel and tire then pull the drum off If its a 3/4 ton back off the shoes,removve wheel and tire ,then remove plate on hub ,then remove hub nuts then remove hub [brake drum]
Light coating of grease on the axle flange before reinstalling, or create a wax paper gasket and put in before installing drum.