This morning I decicded to remove the wheels from my 2005 two-wheel drive Tundra so that I could check the condition of the brake pads and brake shoes. I had no problem looking at the disc brake pads, but both drums are stuck on. With this model truck there is a guard around the outer edge of the rear brake drums and there is no way to grab the drum and pull it off or tap the edge with a hammer. The drums are rusty at the hub which makes the problem worse. In my Haynes manual it shows that there are two threaded holes in each brake drum where I can screw in bolts to help remove the stuck drums. But it does not say what size bolt to use. I assume that it will be a metric bolt size. Does anyone know what bolts I need that can be threaded into the tapped holes in the brake drums to allow me to unstick the drums so that I can remove them and examine the brake shoes?