Brake Shoes Leading Vs. Trailing?

Answer Vehicles can have different types of brakes, from brake discs to brake drums. Brake drums, consisting of a leading and trailing brake shoe combination, are normally placed on the rear tires of a car.

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How to Do Brake Shoes?

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How to Install Brake Shoes?

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