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Old 01-29-2020, 12:58 PM
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Originally Posted by SasquatchRevenge View Post
I'm absolutely going to try this method tonight. Lots of great suggestions that I had not thought of here. I'll keep this post updated!
I have drum brakes on 2 of my vehicles............. I do the tire rotations and check all the brakes/pads/shoes ..if the drum has a ridge I grind that ridge down so the drum slides off .. also anti seize on the axle where the drum sets..

your problem is the shoes had most likely a spring failure causing the shoe to create high heat then the axle seal got cooked ..
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