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ping/stick handbrake release...rear drum removal

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29 Jul 2015 10:37 - 29 Jul 2015 10:56 #148631 by laikathedog
laikathedog created the topic: ping/stick handbrake release...rear drum removal
Hi

2001 jimny.
Post MOT. Developed a problem with handbrake. It seems to stick on when released. As soon as I move it pings/clunks and all is well.... until I use handbrake again. So I thought I would take a look...

Got wheels off. Handbrake not engaged.
...
Trying to pull hubs to replace brake shoes. But seems stuck solid. And the holes for the bolts I think you should insert to pull the drum off are knackered
Using my professional tool (hammer) didn't loosen anything.
I am doing something wrong. Can't be this hard.

Advice appreciated

L
Last Edit: 29 Jul 2015 10:56 by laikathedog. Reason: shoes ! not pads !

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29 Jul 2015 11:03 #148632 by facade
facade replied the topic: rear drum removal
Assuming the drum goes round easily (if it doesn't then the brake is stuck on)

Wirebrush the joint between the hub & drum and spray with a penetrating oil (GT85, plusgas or diesel, NOT wd-40)
Spray a bit around the stud holes too.

Repeat every 10 minutes for an hour or so.

then pull the drum outwards whilst tapping the rim at the front towards you, keep rotating with the other hand.

After a few minutes of that, you can try warming up the area of drum where the wheel fits and repeat.

If you belt the drum with the hammer it might crack.

I'm surprised that the threaded holes are gone, you sure it isn't just dirt?
A pair of bolts in those holes tightened evenly will fetch it off with the brake on ;)

If it suddenly breaks, go back to the last thing that you did before it broke and start looking there :)

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29 Jul 2015 11:25 #148633 by laikathedog
laikathedog replied the topic: rear drum removal
The holes look like they have been ripped out. No thread left and some bits of casting pulled out....

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29 Jul 2015 11:58 #148635 by facade
facade replied the topic: ping/stick handbrake release...rear drum removal
Then it probaby isn't going to come off :unsure:

Best get another drum and destroy that one taking it off if all else fails.

If it suddenly breaks, go back to the last thing that you did before it broke and start looking there :)

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29 Jul 2015 15:46 #148643 by j999pre
j999pre replied the topic: ping/stick handbrake release...rear drum removal
10mm socket on the handbrake adjuster and back it right off may give you more clearance? Could be duff cables or stuck linkages etc. If you need drums I have some

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29 Jul 2015 18:05 #148653 by Basketcase
Basketcase replied the topic: ping/stick handbrake release...rear drum removal
On the inside of the back plate is a 'peep hole' where you can get the adjuster, give that a good twiddle and it should come off

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