Rear wheel? Vintage Brake will put your whole shoe and backing plate assembly on a lathe and turn it. Go to the vintage brake site and read "Here's what we do" or,
if your Tedd linings are too thick and won't fit in the drum, call Kick-Start and get some Dixie® distributed shoes. They'll fit in Tedds rear rear drums. They fit in mine. I had to hand arc my rear shoes a little on a emery paper glued on a a 2 x 4. Worked okay.
No way Tedd Cycle rear shoes will fit their V-Twin drum.
The Kick-Start shoes fit good after a little arcing. The flat rasp is for tapering the ends of the lining ends to prevent brake shoe chatter.Operating shaft bushing clearance is critical
to keep the operating shaft from locking up the brake shoes, which could also snap the positoning lug off the backing plate and really lock the rear break for good.