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    • Your doing great brother. Its not rocket science just old rusted stuff that needs to be freed up again. Keep up the good work 
    • Ok, kind of what I thought but can honestly say I’ve never really messed with drum brakes before so wasn’t 100% sure.  Will lube it all up this weekend and hopefully get it put back together.
    • Nice work brother. So spray the cam lobe with penetration oil as well and let them sit. The cam should rotate with the brake lever and expand the cam in between the brake shoes thus expanding them.  There is a brake grease you can and should put on the lobe when your all free and moving and ready to close it all up.    The area I circled should move. Spray the shit out of everything except the surface of the brake pads and hit everything with a wire brush.  You can out blue painters tape on the brake pad surface before spraying it all down. 
    • drum just needed to soak I guess.  I sprayed it down real well lastnight with lube and tonight it slid right off.  The pads look like they have plenty of pad left.  Now I don’t know what needs to be done to free the brake up.  Does the cam turn pushing the pads out against the drum?  Do I just need to lube up the cam and try to work it back and forth?  I don’t really see anything else that would move.  As you can see from the pics, I messed up a few places of the backing plate.  I’m wondering if that matters?
    • Look  in the forum  downloads section. There is  the service manual  for the  '88 - '94   Honda 300's  there

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