Ali-026 Posted February 2 Share Posted February 2 Hello Monaco'ers This happened to me couple years ago. Back then I have tried shifting D to R a few times, then hit the drums with a 4 lb hammer, but at the end force separating the shoe with a 15" hook bar did the trick. So, this time, I've tried all the same tricks; shifting/rocking, hitting the drum, and even the hook bar, but no joy, the darn shoe is still stuck 😫 Next I am thinking to use a cold chisel between the metal on the shoe and drum (red arrow) and see if that can separate the shoe with a hammer. I was wondering if you nice folks has any other thoughts on how to deal with a stubborn stuck brake shoe. Thank you Ali Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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