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The first step is to chock the front wheels, set the rear axle on jackstands, and remove the rear tires. The drums on the Sterling rear will come off without removing the hubs. Check out the light area on the front shoe (arrow), indicating the shoes have hardly seated to the drums. Despite having more than 20,000 miles on them, the rear brakes have hardly worn at all because they constantly required manual adjustment.