Brake flushing again
My brake drums have two 1/2"" holes in the outer face of the drum( the surface the wheel mounts to. I was thinking of drilling a, say 5/16" hole in the wheel that aligns with one of the holes in the drum. I could then attach a nozzle to my hose and squirt water in. Yes, I would have to " clock" the wheel when fitting. This would seem to save stripping the brakes to drill holes in the backplate and the need to have tubing, nozzles and connectors. Would have to flush one wheel at a time , but that is no big deal. Should be able to get suitable plugs for hole to prevent road dirt getiing in.
Can anyone see a problem with this.?
Running around like a head with it's chicken cut off.