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if i remove the rear wheel does the drum just pull off like american cars or do i need a puller or something else?
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There is a threaded hole that you can run a bolt in and it pushes against the axle flange to press the drum off. I could be wrong, but there might be a screw holding the drum on too. i is threaded into the flange and not the drum
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That link certainly makes working on the rear drums easy to understand.
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thank you valveste....what a name lol
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The OP could not correctly install an air filter in their car, they have no business working on something as important as brakes.
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It is important to know your limitations.
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