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Old 20-05-12   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Mitsubishi Canter - How to remove rear drums?

most drums have a couple of say 8mm tapped holes in, put some grease in and wind in a couple of bolts - not too tight and used the mallet technique - bang & tighten plus an electric heat gun. often I have found they are rusted onto the half shaft flange. used a smear of copperslip on re assy (that's if they come off).

It's really 90% skill with 10% of controlled violence - but this reverses after you hit your thumb.
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