- 15 Dec 2007
- Reaction score
I've just dragged my old Rover P4 80 out of the garage after sitting in there unused for 8 years. The car was stored with the handbrake off. It was difficult to move, because one of the rear brake drums has seized.
I have backed off the manual shoe adjuster on the backplate, and whacked the drum with a soft faced hammer, but the drum won't turn at all.
Does anyone know how I should go about un-seizing and removing the drum. The drum has 3 screws holding it on. These are quite tight, so presumably an impact driver would be best for these?