Brake-drum meaning

A metal cylinder to which pressure is applied by a braking mechanism in order to arrest rotation of the wheel or shaft to which the cylinder is attached.
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A heavy metal covering fitted over an automotive brake assembly and fastened to the axle: used in a braking system (drum brakes) in which internal brake shoes are pushed outward to contact the spinning drum from the inside.
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Any rim that rotates rapidly in a braking assembly.
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A hollow metal cylinder, attached to a wheel of a vehicle, to which pressure is applied when braking.
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