|1. To lift a back part of the car and to record on supports.
|2. To remove the corresponding back wheel.
|3. To unscrew the screws fixing the brake drum to a nave.
| 4. To check that the emergency brake is completely released and to remove the brake drum from the car.
|5. The drum can badly be removed from a nave in connection with corrosion of a nave or because it is kept by brake shoes.
|6. In the first case for removal of a drum from a nave to knock on drum perimeter with the plastic hammer or a wooden kiyanka.
|7. In the second case to check that the emergency brake is completely released and to perform the following operations.
|8. To completely weaken the regulator of a cable of the emergency brake to receive the maximum deflection in a cable.
|9. To remove a stopper from a back part of a brake board (the stopper is usually painted in blue color) and, using the screw-driver to move the lever of the emergency brake to a brake shoe against the stop (E – the provision of a reference point of a stop of the lever of the emergency brake).
|10. Release the lever of the emergency brake.
|11. It will allow to take away brake shoes from the brake drum therefore the drum will easily be removed from a nave.