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How do I adjust the rear brakes on my 2004 rm 250

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The only thing that is ajustable on the rear brake is the pedal eight ajustement closed to the master cylinder itself...if there is problem braking you may have inside cup done or air in the circuit due to low level or brake line done.....hope this help!

Posted on Feb 12, 2012

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SOURCE: Brake light does not always work with front brake - Ninja 250

Check the wiring connections to the front brake switch. If all OK, then it could be the switch.

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SOURCE: will a 2004 suzuki rm 250 front brake line fit on

The '03 and '04 K1, K2, and K3 models use the SKU# 59480-36E30. The '03 and '04 K4, K5, and K6 models use the SKU# 59480-37F00. Personally, I would take the old hose to a dealer and match it up to a new one. The difference in SKU numbers could be simply the supplier or the finish on the metal fittings. If you want to see what K number your bike is, go to the following site and input the VIN number. NOT THE ENGINE NUMBER.
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Posted on Aug 19, 2010

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