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Old 08-01-2014, 02:57 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Pull it apart, clean it out and use a drill and a scotchbrite pad to rough up the drum surface, pay special attenntion to where the shoes end and clean that edge of the drum more than just scuffing up the middle. My GZ250 does the same thing. I just chalk it up to my hypermiling and use the brakes more coming down my driveway.

Might mess with it when I change the rear tire.

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Mech
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