Hi there, I own a late 2007 Kia Picanto since new. When under warranty, they changed the rear nearside hub and bearing. Afterwards, they could not get the handbrake to operate correctly, it was either too tight causing the rear brake shoes to be too tight or too loose and not holding the vehicle. Eventually they did what they could but never got it right. I have just removed the rear nearside drum as the problem is still with me in that the handbrake will not hold on the nearside rear wheel. On comparing it to the other side, I noted that the lever that operates the rear nearside brake shoe to lock hand brake comes into contact with the hub they replaced before pushing out shoes enough for hand brake to be effective""� On the otherside that was never touched, there is a bigger gap allowing the adjuster to move. It has been suggested to me that the hub that they replaced it with may be a couple of mm wider in diameter. This would explain why the adjuster hits the hub. Could this be the issue ?