Sorry about the long post. Did a search and couldn't find anything. A couple weeks ago while replacing the rear brake shoes and wheel cylinders on my 40, I noticed that the lower retainer pin and clip were missing on the right side. Having not ordered new pins, I finished the repair without it and drove the truck minimally (stupid, I know) while waiting for the new pin and clip to come in. This past weekend I finally installed the missing retainer pin and clip (thanks, CDan). When I drove it around a little afterwards, it felt like the brake was holding a little, so I figured I didn't adjust the brakes correctly. Followed the write-up in tech but to no avail. Bottom line is - with the rear wheels in the air and the left wheel off, I can easily turn the hub by grasping the studs. With the wheel on loosly, I can turn it, and it will turn with one lugnut tightened. But when I tighten a second nut, the wheel won't budge. I've made sure the wheel is on straight. I've tried putting the wheel on in a different orientation - spinning it 180 degrees. Both the cylinders are contracted all the way in, and I can easily slid the drum on and off. What am I doing wrong??