Re: How to replace your chain - step by step
The drum is held from spinning on the wheel by a bracket which is attached to the R side shock mount. My bolt was frozen in, and I wound up having to take a lot more off then I planned for. Before you start, make sure you have some type of penetrating lubricant (something stronger then WD-40) and the CORRECT sized wrench to avoid stripping the flats off the bolt which holds that bracket to the drum brake assembly. (I can put pictures up if anyone wants them)
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