I forgot to take a picture of the dealer blow up of all the parts that you will need.
I spent $167 US for parts. Replaced every part that is part of the crank bell assembly and fork except for 2 springs (in total) that hold the drum shoe.
The Drum adjuster
The key is to adjust so that it just fit over the rotor hub and then after fish through the adjuster hole with a long screw driver and get it to the point where there is a slight drag. After that I had to add another 1/4 turn –> this will vary from TLC.
All and all took about 4 hrs to do since I had difficulty in cutting the bell crank off and then didn’t figure out how to slip the the rear brake drum back on (since I cut off the “arm” that I was replacing I didn’t notice I had to pull a sleeve off to slip it on).
As you can tell I forgot to take pictures along the way. Just imagine lots of new parts covered in cooper anti seize. No way I want to do this again.
Any parts I did reuse have been cleaned, rust removed and, then repainted black