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Clutch Reconditioning

A drum brake consists of a small round drum that contains pistons and two brake shoes.The drum rotates next to the car’s wheel.

When the driver depresses the brake pedal, pressurized brake fluid is sent to the drum brake, and it forces the pistons to push into the brake shoes. This action causes the brake shoes to press against the sides of the drum, creating friction that slows the spinning of the wheel.

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