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With the drum removed this, is what you will see. There is a primary and secondary brake shoe. The smaller, shorter of the two is the primary and always goes to the front of the car. It is designed to wrap into the drum and help activate the secondary shoe through leverage. Some linings are bonded to the metal shoe while others are riveted. This is a bonded lining. Before disassembly, match-up the new shoes to confirm they are correct. If you are a novice, as you take apart the brakes, place the old parts in the appropriate place on the new shoe.