Good afternoon, all - In removing the rear brake drums from my '67 convertible, one of the drums was pretty frozen to the tapered shaft, and I ended up bending it with the drum puller I bought. Bought a new hub, new drum, and new studs to replace it with. I have a few questions about assembling the hub and drum: On the new drum, there is a weight welded to the outside of the drum (see pic). My old drum doesn't have this weight. Does it matter where this weight is indexed with respect to the hub? I've read that the drum and hub are pressed together, then the studs are pressed into the hub/drum assembly. I have a press (the Harbor Freight bottle jack type) that I use often, but don't really have enough room or correct fixtures to press this thing together correctly without the concern of bending new parts. What kind of shop could press this thing together for me? A machine shop? Any and all help greatly appreciated!