Get yourself a drum brake adjustment spoon and tighten them up at the drum.
Jack the rear of the jeep up and leave it in neutral, chalk your front wheels!! Spin the rear tire by hand it should bind slightly (you should hear some grinding, for lack of a better word). If it spins really easy and you do not hear any friction (not alot, but you should hear it) it needs to be adjusted. So, feel around on the back of each backing plate near the bottom, there will be a rubber cap (may be hard to get off) Once you get that off, you insert your spoon and you will noticed that it fits into some teeth. I think you push toward the diff to tighten them up. I could be wrong, but if you test it frequently you'll figure it out. A drum brake spoon is about $5.00 and you just adjusted your rear brakes.
99 Sport 4.0 5 speed
2" RE BB 1" Daystar body
32" BFG AT's
Crager Black Steel Wheels 3.75" backspace
Mirror Movers and some lights
Cobra 29 CB
and a few more payments
Last edited by EDM0656; 02-06-2004 at 01:01 PM..