How to Change Drum Brake Shoes?

Answer Rear drum brake shoes only account for up to 25% of the braking capacity of a vehicle. With that in mind, they require less maintenance than front brakes. But like everything on a vehicle, after a ... Read More »

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How to Change the Rear Drum Brake Shoes?

Proper brake maintenance is essential for automotive safety. Many vehicle owners enjoy doing their own brake servicing. Not only does this save both time and money, but it also gives the owner a be... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Drum Brake Shoes for a 1992 Ford F150?

Although the 1992 Ford F150 featured rear disc brakes on some models, it was more commonly manufactured with rear drum brakes. Rear drum brakes and shoes are composed of many intricate springs and ... Read More »

How to Adjust Drum Brake Shoes?

Drum brakes operate similar to disk brakes. Pressure is placed upon the spinning wheel through brake shoes which creates the stopping power. The difference is in the layout of the brakes. Drum brak... Read More »

How to Replace Drum Brake Shoes?

Virtually all vehicles manufactured up to the mid-1970s used drum brakes on all four wheels. However, most modern vehicles use disc brakes on the front of the vehicle and drum brakes on the rear on... Read More »