what happens when you use cheapo brake shoes

so this is what happens when cheapo rear brake shoes wear away the inside of your brake drum - they become "lipped" which prevents drum
removal, thus necessitating the use of more, um, "assertive" disassembly techniques to avoid damaging other internal components...
in this case, the use of a cutting wheel not only removed the drum, but helped illustrate the wear profile too.
anyway, don't use the $20 brake shoes folks - cough up the $40 for genuine honda and fine yourself able to actually re-use a brake drum for 300k+ miles.
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Yet again, it's the cheapest man who spends the most.
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On 03/11/2013 06:46 PM, Elmo P. Shagnasty wrote:

yup. in this case, by a ratio of >3:1.
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