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1. Remove the tire.
2. Unbolt and remove the caliper. (bolts are hex, octagon, or torx and are located on the inside part of the caliper.
3. Remove old pad from caliper
4. Compress piston all the way in with C clamp, and then install new pad.
5. Re-install caliper and bolt it back on
6. Replace tire

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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