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Removing Emergency brake line

The axle I bougt they cut the emergency brake lines how do I remove them from the back plate of the drums?

Do I have to pull the drum front off?
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The axle I bougt they cut the emergency brake lines how do I remove them from the back plate of the drums?

Do I have to pull the drum front off?
Yes. The p-brake cable end fits in a lever that applies the brake. The drum must come off.
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