Are you sure it is the brake pads binding and not the parking brake shoes? (you have to pull the rotor to look at the parking brake).
I'll pull the rotor tomorrow after work and hit you up with an update. Thanks!Depends on what it looks like. You can replace both sides of the parking brake (shoes/springs/clips) for around $60 or so. Two shoes on each side and there is a parking brake hardware kit with the springs and clips. You can get all that from Rock Auto. They have a discount code in their section of the forum. To inspect, you need to remove caliper and then pull rotor. The parking brake needs to be off to pull the rotor because the brake shoes will clamp the rotor on.