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    Rear Brake Shoes question

    Keep in mind this is my first time doing drums. So I'm reading the Haynes manual and it says "transfer the handbrake lever (swinging arm that hooks into the handbrake cable) to the new trailing shoe". My question is how do I do that? Looking at where it privets on the old shoes, I don't see anything looking like the "pin" can be unscrewed or tapped out with a punch. Really, it looks like the piece came already on the shoes from the supplier.

    Am I missing something completely obvious?


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    Re: Rear Brake Shoes question

    Some of the suppliers have a removable type pin machined for a C clip. My shoes (years ago) came with the lever installed and the pin mushroom over by a machine.

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