Rear brakes, etc.
Sunday a.m. I went out to my '93 SSE after work and could not get it out of park. I pushed the brake pedal repeatedly, and with ever greater force, for about an hour, 'til I finally got it into gear. Yay!
Boo! The right rear wheel is locked up. I didn't want to take off my gloves, as the temp was single digits, plus right by the river, PLUS a stiff steady wind. I hate winter.
Anyway. I've got it up in the air, wheel off. Is there an easy way to back off the brake shoe, or am I screwed and doomed to cutting it off? You folks have been real helpful in the past, and I'm counting on learning from the experience, strength, and hope of others so that I don't have to learn the hard lessons myself.
Thanks in advance.