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Learn how to remove tires and the brake drum in order to adjust the brake drum on a car with expert automotive tips in this free online auto repair and car maintenance video clip. Expert: Nathan McCullough Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a GPA of 3.5 and received their Craftsmanship Award and Honor Seal. Filmmaker: Robert Rogers

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25 Responses to “How to Adjust Brake Drums on Cars : How to Remove Tires & Brake Drum”

  1. Ruben1a12 says:

    Thanks Dude i’m going to try that right now.

  2. dashwood123 says:

    Nice 🙂

  3. apunkfromatl says:

    ok! That crap didn’t work on mine!!!

  4. justgiveaname says:

    mine have two scews instead of the clips and one of them is badly stripped, can I drill it?

  5. langevin07 says:

    remove your hand brake dude lol

  6. wheelsx5 says:

    Ditto – hammering straight on did not work. Here’s what did work:
    What I did was take two claw hammers. I put one claw inbetween on the edge of the drum and the dust sheild and hit that hammer with the other. Worked like a charm.

  7. billyracecar says:

    i work at a garage and this happened to a vehicle i was working on, all we did was drill out that screw and replace it

  8. bluehighlighterfreak says:

    instant pressure release!

  9. SucraminUK says:

    I have try everything to take that off. Until, I remember I could find some help here on youtube. I will try it on mine I hope it works!

  10. donobototron says:

    Thanks. Video helped me.

  11. praj43 says:

    it is extremely hard to remove the drums from my rear drum brakes. It is really rusted….any suggestions…i tried what you said but still does not work!!!!

  12. skyraider200 says:

    what about the ‘undo the adjusters’ part of the video …guess that was left out of the script huh!

  13. mrmax1984 says:

    Thanks for this video. I spent an hour trying to do it through the little hole w/ two screw-drivers. Much appreciated.

  14. arsdag81 says:

    ooh nice….. that was smooth.

  15. tubestick00 says:

    a hammer is still the most useful and versatile tool today. if all else fail try hitting it with a hammer.

  16. ned900 says:

    why are these videos not in order, (numbered) 1. 2. 3. 4. ect. – its a nightmare to navigate.
    good videos,terrible presentation.

  17. ozzyloki says:

    wow, that made it look easy, heading out to my car now.

  18. MustangFan424 says:

    @praj43 Get a torch and heat it up, then hit it with a ball-pean hammer.

  19. josemustang65 says:

    not much help. old cars are different

  20. mick5531 says:

    Yeah that worked, i hit the hub n it pushed it back on, great advice mate

  21. Obsoliit says:

    this was an easy one… show one where the shoes created a nasty groove, and the adjusters are rusted in place so something has to be broken to get it off and then everything has to be replaced

  22. dashwood123 says:

    If it was that easy, I wouldnt be on here looking for info on how to remove a drum that has siezed up.

  23. midgety1 says:

    @ned900 because expert village is shit

  24. keetongu007 says:

    hey, i’m a musician, and a few days ago i saw ‘brake drum’ staning on my papers, any idea what kinda music i can make with this except hitting it with a hamer?

  25. GasVein says:

    Is there a way to block Expertvillage from my searches?

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