2001 chevrolet tracker rear drum brakes.

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Asked by Jun 23, 2012 at 11:24 AM about the 2001 Chevrolet Tracker Base 4WD Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my tracker's rear breaks are always falling apart. every couple of weeks or even day my rear drums are falling apart and destroying the shoes and all the mechanics...ive replaced everything and it just keeps happening.should i just get a whole new rear?

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Something isn't adjusted properly, drums should last a very long time. I found this on another website to help your mechanics set them up properly. Maybe try someone else to work on your car? "When you assemble the brake, make sure that the springs are firmly located in the brake shoes and that pins and its mate have their springs on them and the little recessed and slotted caps are in place and locked in the slots."

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