The last few times when we have had sub-zero temperatures overnight, one of the drum brakes (nearside rear) appears to be seizing on - I can notice the extra drag, and the handbrake feels 'loose & floppy' for the first bit of travel.
If I drive for about a mile, so the drum warms up it returns to normal.
I've NOT driven through any deep water, certainly nothing deep enough to touch the steel rims of the tyres.
The brakes otherwise appear to be working normally with no binding, and it recently passed an MOT.
I guess being drum brakes, if any water gets in them, it's much harder for the water to get out, WRT disc brakes.
My quick fix is to leave the handbrake off over night.
Anyone else had this problem / any suggestions?
1985 Veg oil burning Fourtrak "Rocky".