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Replacing the brakes

I don't see how these things come off! Grrr! -_-''

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Two bolts on the brake calliper coming from the inside out and they take an allen wrench to take them off. But to save time if you take a large screw driver and spread your break pads apart as wide as they will go you won't need a c clamp to spread them.
God Bless Greg

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