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Brake drum backing plate replacement

Need a quick sanity check - can I replace the brake drum backing plates without having to press off the ABS tone ring and retainer? The dust ring on the perimeter that rides over the edge of the drum is rusted through on one side and beat to shit on the other.
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Nope. Snap ring removed, then tone ring and retainer must be pressed off. And the bearing has to be pressed out of the old backing plate, or replaced.
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Need a quick sanity check - can I replace the brake drum backing plates without having to press off the ABS tone ring and retainer? The dust ring on the perimeter that rides over the edge of the drum is rusted through on one side and beat to shit on the other.
Technically yes. You'll have to cut the old one off, and cut the new one to fit back on. Not the best method, but others have done it.

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Why you do me like this, Toyota? This axle swap just doubled in cost....


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It's easiest to keep an eye on the local pick and pull place and get 2 whole new half shaft assemblies for like $25 each, if you can find a clean set with bearings that look ok.
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Technically yes. You'll have to cut the old one off, and cut the new one to fit back on. Not the best method, but others have done it.

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Not on the rears. Bearing is pressed into the backing plate
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Not on the rears. Bearing is pressed into the backing plate
Just realized youíre local to me - have you done all this before?
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Not on the rears. Bearing is pressed into the backing plate
You're 100% correct. You can only do it on the front dust shields.

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