drum brake 
Braking mechanism comprising a drum interlocked with the wheel; the brake shoes rub against the drum to slow down the wheel’s rotation.
Part interlocked with the wheel so that the wheel slows its rotation when the brake shoes rub against the inside of the drum.
Part for assembling and interlocking the drum and the wheel.
Spring returning the brake shoe to its initial position once the pressure on the brake pedal has ceased.
Part that slides in the cylinder under hydraulic pressure and pushes the brake shoe against the drum.
Axle serving as an anchoring point for the brake shoe, enabling it to move when acted upon by the piston.
Band of material attached to the brake shoe; heat resistant, it increases the frictional force on the drum.
Fixed part serving as a mount for the brake shoes, cylinder and anchor pin.
Mechanism with a cylinder and two pistons that converts the hydraulic pressure in the master cylinder to mechanical force that is applied to the brake shoes.
Crescent-shaped part interlocked with an anchor pin; it is fitted with a lining, which moves against the interior surface of the drum to slow its rotation.