Sorry, i forgot to take pics. It was 100 degrees outside and i just wanted to get it finished so she would pass inspection. Anyways, it was a very simple procedure. I would rank it as a job. Jacked the rear axle up and put it on stands. Took off the wheels. Unbolted the two bolts holding the caliper on and gently bungeed the caliper up and out of the way. Then unbolted the two bolts holding the caliper retaining thingy on (hope that wasn't too technical for yall ). After than just pulled the rear disk straight off. At the bottom of the brake shoe assembly there is an adjustment mechanism, almost like a hollow threaded bolt with a fork on each side. One side is threaded while the other is not. Twisted the threaded thingy a couple of times to add more tension, put the rotor back on and pulled the ebrake to make sure i could't spin the rotor. Then bolted the two caliper dealys back on and put the tires back on and passed inspection. That's about it. Not bad at all. Any questions?