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There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The only issue with this method is that those four bolts are slightly hard to get to, and will likely require a socket extension and/or a universal joint, and lots of patience. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun or huge torque wrench to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque. In addition, you have to mark the wheel bearing nut every time you take it off, which should ideally be no more than 4 times.
There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The only issue with this method is that those four bolts are slightly hard to get to, and will likely require a socket extension and/or a universal joint, and lots of patience. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun or huge torque wrench to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque. In addition, you have to mark the wheel bearing nut every time you take it off, which should ideally be no more than 4 times.
 
I actually have the pictures to make a repair guide for this somewhere, I need to get around to writing them.

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There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The only issue with this method is that those four bolts are slightly hard to get to, and will likely require a socket extension and/or a universal joint, and lots of patience. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun or huge torque wrench to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque.
There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The only issue with this method is that those four bolts are slightly hard to get to, and will likely require a socket extension and/or a universal joint, and lots of patience. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun or huge torque wrench to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque.
 
I actually have the pictures to make a repair guide for this somewhere, I need to get around to writing them.

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There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The only issue with this method is that those four bolts are slightly hard to get to, and will likely require a socket extension and/or a universal joint, and lots of patience. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque.
There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The only issue with this method is that those four bolts are slightly hard to get to, and will likely require a socket extension and/or a universal joint, and lots of patience. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque.
 
I actually have the pictures to make a repair guide for this somewhere, I need to get around to writing them.

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There are two ways to remove the drums on the Focus. There are 4 small bolts on the back side (I believe either 13mm or 15mm) that you can take off. The other method is to take the dust cap off and just remove the wheel bearing nut. This method is "easier," but requires an impact gun to do properly, because the wheel bearing nut requires something like 177 ft-lbs of torque.

I actually have the pictures to make a repair guide for this somewhere, I need to get around to writing them.

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