I usually check the drums and tire temps at most stops. Today I noticed that the rear tire drum on one side and the front drum on the other, we're about 30 degrees hotter than the other two. Is that normal? Usually they are all the same, or close.
Each individual brake may produce slightly different temps due to factors such as weight on that brake, brake adjustment, and condition of electrical connections. Unless one was significantly higher every time I don't think I would be concerned. Pulling the hub though, might be a good idea to put your mind at ease.
2015 3100RL legacy...2005 Ford F-250 CC SB. Tows like a charm! 4/19 Updated to 2017 Chevy 3500 CC SB SRW -hope it tows as well as my F 250 did!