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OK so my beater is a 99 Saturn SC2. Drum brakes in the back.

Short version: Replaced wheel cylinders, hardware kits, all springs and retainers. New shoes and new drums. Passenger side drum slid on nicely and wheel spins freely. Driver side drum fits but barely and has a LOT of resistance. Parking brake adjuster is completely retracted, both sides are set up identically. *headdesk*

Thoughts? Anything? I posted this on a Saturn forum and at work too but the more brains I can throw at this thing, the sooner my baby can be back in the garage and the beater can be in the driveway.
 

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My dog is cooler than you
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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
I HAVE a real car. This one is so my real car can be a garage queen.
This whole car cost me less to buy than doing a brake/bushing job on my Supra. it also gets 35mpg and uses cheap as shit EVERYTHING. Cheap is why it exists :D
 
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