Difficult to state what problems you will run into on a 13 year old vehicle, may find yourself spending a couple of hours just trying to remove the brake drum. Strictly a Saturday morning job starting early in the morning. After fighting with the brake drum, may find the shoes are rusted solid to the lower anchors and may find drips of brake fluid at the wheel cylinder. Or the backing plate is so badly rusted, should be removed, sandblasted and repainted.
Seen some so badly rusted, could apply full hard pressure to the brake pedal with the drum removed and not even budge the shoes. Then trying to remove the brake line from the wheel cylinder without breaking it off first, should have a double flaring tool set in case you have to replace that line. Use to sell new cylinder rubber kits, but today, cheaper to buy a rebuilt wheel cylinder than those kits that use to sell for under a buck a piece, but also need a wheel cylinder honer to do the job right.
Believe this vehicle uses that large U shape spring to hold the shoes closed, those are a lot easier to remove than reinstall. If the drums have to be turned, they don't arch the shoes anymore, so only get a small shoe contact point at the center of the shoe. Better if you don't want to hand sand the shoes so they fit properly, just to buy new drums.
Shoes after installed should be able to be moved vertically up and down so they can self center. Lower anchors are key, have to be cleaned, I learned a long time ago even on new shoes to coat the anchoring points with anti-seize, just wipe those point off with rage before applying black brake grease, also on the wheel cylinder and adjusting bar points.
Then you may also find a broken or rusted solid parking brake cable spring, brakes will never work right, some can be freed and greased, others just have to be replaced.
Just saying you don't know what you are in for until you get started, could even be done in five minutes if damned lucky. I never seem to be that lucky. Feel its criminal the highly corrosive crap they use in brakes.