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How To Replace 1999 Gmc Suburban Rear Brake Shoes

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by TrinDenise, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. TrinDenise

    TrinDenise New Member

    Hello everyone, I'm attempting to replace the rear shoes on my Suburban. I can replace pads in less than 15 minutes but these shoes are a pain in the butt. I got the drivers side off and the new ones on but I'm having trouble getting the drum back over the new shoes. The shoes are expanded out further than the inside diameter of the drum. Is there a trick here that I'm missing to get them to close so I can get it on? Any help would be appreciated.
    thanks Trin
     
  2. 88 Dually 4x4

    88 Dually 4x4 New Member

    try

    Are the adj all the way closed then make sure the E brake lever is released then dont laugh but hit shoe assy. front to rear to set them in place p.s. make sure shoes are in right loc. small pad on shoe to the front lg. pad on shoe to rear
    new oem chevy brake www.gmpartsclub.com
     

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