I am trying to get close to full contact with the brake shoes to the hub, front and rear. I have put sticky back sandpaper on the drum and lightly applied the brakes while turning the wheel by hand. Both shoes look like they are making the same contact ( I draw stripes on the brake shoes with a felt pen) . However, as I turn the tire I can feel spots with more and less resistance. As I increase the brake pressure it gets a lot more even. Wear on the shoes look the same. The drum/sprocket is brand new and made in England no a cheap knock off. FRONT SHOES. Very difficult to get them to contact the drum at the same time. There are two adjustments in the brake rod, one at the short arm then another at the long arm. I would guess there is no difference between the adjustments, they both move the short arm in or out. Correct? So my next method (again with sandpaper glued to the drum) is to do one shoe at a time, getting at least 3/4 contact. Then try to get them to touch the drum simultaneously. First time doing this so if anyone has been through this process, please advise.