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Old 09-06-19, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Brake set up rear drums

Does anyone know if the handbrake cable should have a compression spring on to help the brake shoes return to rest position?

Iíve looked at replacement handbrake cables but none come with a spring like Iím used to seeing.

Never owned a pug so not sure on set up?

Looked on servicebox but not very clear on actual set up.

I had the drum and shoes replaced, noticed that the handbrake wasnít very good so took it all off and fitted new adjusters and thatís when I noticed the handbrake cable just attaches to shoes and now Iím not sure what helps the shoes retract when handbrakes released. I was expecting a spring on end of handbrake to push them back.

Still struggling up get the adjusters to set up right and think the shoes arenít fully releasing off.

Any thoughts please to help ?

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