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Unread 07-03-2012, 05:56 AM   #1
slalom_rocks
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Help, 2009 Compass - Unable to get my rear brake drums off.

Im unable to locate an adjuster window to crank my brakes so I can slip off my drums off. I can feel a brake problem and Im ready to view my drum brake shoes but Im unable to locate info for taking this simple brake drum off.

Do I need to loosen my emergency brakes first to gain access to my rear brakes shoes? There must be some tribal knowledge here. If I need to loosen emergency brakes where is this located?

Or perhaps there is a window to access my adjuster would it be on the top or bottom section of the back of the hub?

July 4th and Im ready to go whitewater kayaking and Im stuck...

Thanks...

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