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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-26-2009, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Guys I am new to the group and have some questions. I would GREATLY!!!!! appreciate any help yall could offer. I am the proud owner of a 1967 Scout 800A with brake issues. Now I am a fairly capable Shadetree Mechanic so it is kinda embarrasing to ask but, How the HECK do you get the Rear Drums off!! There I said it!! Like I said any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Hey Guys I am new to the group and have some questions. I would GREATLY!!!!! appreciate any help yall could offer. I am the proud owner of a 1967 Scout 800A with brake issues. Now I am a fairly capable Shadetree Mechanic so it is kinda embarrasing to ask but, How the HECK do you get the Rear Drums off!! There I said it!! Like I said any help would be greatly appreciated!
Sorry I have a 79...., do you see any type of tiny bolt that needs to be addressed.

Sorry I am not that familar with the earlier models. I bet D&C Extreme and/or Back Country binders would have the answer you are looking for.

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Sorry I have a 79...., do you see any type of tiny bolt that needs to be addressed.

Sorry I am not that familar with the earlier models. I bet D&C Extreme and/or Back Country binders would have the answer you are looking for.

And If Jeff Bade didn't steal the Binder Bulletin you would for sure find the answer there. Good Luck..., post up when ya figure it out.
Thanks for the info I will definetly check for that!!!
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Thanks for the info I will definetly check for that!!!

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There are 3 flathead straight slot screws on the surface between the lugs that have to be removed. Be careful and use the right size screwdriver. I didn't and had to drill the mistake out.
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