Drums might be the oldest style of brakes still in use today, but there are good reasons for that. While they might lack the dramatic stopping power of pad/disc systems, they're exceptionally durable and long lasting. However, that does not mean they're not subject to wear and tear.
Brake pads must be adjusted regularly to maintain contact between the pad and the surface of the drum. Drum resurfacing is also required from time to time to ensure that the inner surface remains smooth and free of warping or other signs of wear and tear. Additionally, both brake pads and brake drums require periodic replacement.
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