That spring on the front is not right, look how far it is stretched out.
yes the D hole shoes are wrong for your car, they are for late 70’s vehicles.
Let me make sure I understand you - you're referring to the return spring on the right of this picture, to the front of the car -
Looking at RockAuto.com, it appears that the Powerstop and Centric shoes have the D holes, and the others have circles. If the product pictures reflect the actual part in the box. I'll have to see which brand I have - it could be Centric.
FWIW, I didn't install anything seen in this picture. I may have driven it 20k like this. The brakes faded bad after one hard stop, but other than that they drove o.k.
The inner front bearing needs to go into the drum and then press the seal in to trap it.
This pic is from a couple years ago, and everything has been removed and cleaned up. I haven't tried putting the bearing back on yet, but I don't believe it can be pushed back further than that.
Good catch.. why is that inner bearing still on the spindle? Collecting all that nice brake dust and rust...
AFAIK that bearing has 106,000 miles on it and I was planning to replace it.