The young whippersnappers in the automotive part stores don't know what I'm
talking about. But back in the days of front drum brakes, I remember
something like a gear puller that attached to the drum studs and used a large
screw to pull the drum loose by pushing against the axle. Last time I took
the front drums off of the TD, it took hours of coaxing with a mallet to get
them loose. I swore I'd never do it that way again. Well it's time for a
brake job again.
Is this puller available anymore? Is it the proper tool for the job? Should
the drums be that difficult to remove in the first place?
Bob Donahue (Still stuck in the '50s)
EMAIL - BOBMGT@AOL.COM
52 MGTD - under DIY restoration NEMGTR #11470
71 MGB - AMGBA #96-12029, NAMGBR #7-3336