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- OEM Honda Brake pads. These are the highest recommended pad on the list. They have great stopping power good feel readily available and are reasonably priced. Grade (5). - EBC Green Race. OK for a while not as good as OEM. Grade (2). - Galfer Green's,,,

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How to replace rear brake pads 2002 softtail ?


If present, remove right saddlebag.
Remove the rear master cylinder reservoir cap. As the pistons are pushed back into the caliper, fluid level may rise more than 1/8 in. (3.2 mm). You may have to remove fluid to allow for this.
Loosen, but do not remove, both pad pins (12 pt/0.25 in.).
Pry the inside pad back. Use steady pressure to prevent scoring the brake disc. Pry between the pad and the brake disc in order to push the caliper pistons back into their bores.
Once the pistons have been fully retracted into their bores, pull pad pins part way until the inside pads drop free. Note the pad's original orientation for replacement purposes.
Install pad with two tabs on the inboard side of the rear caliper.
Install new inside brake pad using the same orientation as the pad previously removed. Curved portion of pad must face upward.
Install pad pins until the pins snap into place with an audible click. Do not fully tighten at this time.
Pump brake pedal lever to move inside pistons out until they contact inside brake pads.
Pry the outside pad back. Pry between the pad and the brake disc in order to push the caliper pistons back into their bores.
Verify that inside pads are captured between brake disc and pistons. Completely remove pad pins to free outside brake pad. Note the pad's original orientation for replacement purposes.
Install new outside brake pad using the same orientation as the pad previously removed. If the inside pad moved during the previous step, reinstall. Curved portion of pad must face upward.
Install both pad pins through holes in inner and outer
brake pads. Tighten to 180-200 in-lbs (20.3-22.6 Nm).

Jun 03, 2014 | 2003 Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard

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Eychange brake pads on a 2012 wide glide harley


Rear Brake Caliper
For FLD Models remove the right saddlebag.
For ABS equipped Models remove the cable strap securing the wheel speed sensor cable to the rear brake hose at the caliper.
Loosen the brake fluid reservoir cap to allow air to escape and help prevent contamination and to help prevent brake fluid from squirting out of the reservoir if the pistons are retracted too much or too quickly and as the pistons are pushed back into the caliper, fluid level may rise above the available space and fluid may have to be removed to allow for this.

THEN loosen, but do not remove the metric pad pin, remove the mounting bolt and slider pin, pull the rear caliper away from the brake disc, remove the brake pad pin and the brake pads. THEN using the old brake pad and a C-clamp, retract the pistons fully into the caliper, inspect the pad pin for grooving and wear, measure the pad pin diameter in an unworn area and then in the area of any visible grooving or wear and if wear is more than 0.015 in. (0.38 mm), replace the worn pin. THEN inspect the torque clip and replace it if it is worn or damaged, inspect the anti-rattle spring and replace it if it is worn or damaged. THEN install new brake pads and the brake pad pin noting that the tab must engage the clip in the caliper housing. THEN tighten the pad pin to 80-120 in-lbs (9.0-13.6 Nm). THEN re-install the caliper the mounting bolt and slider pin and tighten to 16-20 ft-lbs (21.7-27.1 Nm). If ABS equipped next secure the wheel speed sensor cable to the rear brake hose with a cable strap near the caliper. THEN pump the brake pedal to move the pistons out until both brake pads contact the rotor, check the brake fluid level in master cylinder and adjust the fluid to the proper
level if necessary using DOT 4 BRAKE FLUID, install the master cylinder reservoir cap and tighten the reservoir cap screws to 6-8 in-lbs (0.7-0.9 Nm). For FLD Models install right saddlebag. Test Brakes. If on the road test of the ride the motorcycle the brakes feel spongy then properly bleed the system until you get a hard pedal and avoid making hard stops for the first 100 miles (160 km) to allow the new pads to become conditioned to the brake discs.


Front Brake Caliper
First remove the front master cylinder reservoir cap because as the pistons are pushed back into the caliper the fluid level may rise above the recommended 1/8-3/8 in (3.2-9.5 mm) below the gasket surface and fluid may need to be removed
to allow for this. THEN loosen, but do not remove the metric brake pad pin/bridge bolt, remove both metric caliper mounting bolts, detach the caliper from the front forks and the brake disc, pry the brake pads back to force all four caliper pistons fully into their bores. Note that the brake pads have tabs that are clipped onto the pad springs so you will need to disengage the tabs from the pad springs as you remove the pads. THEN with the pistons retracted remove the pad pin/bridge bolt
and remove brake pads, inspect the pin/bridge bolt for grooving and wear and measure the pad pin diameter in an unworn area, and then in any area of visible grooving or wear and if there is wear greater than 0.015 in. (0.38 mm) replace the pad pin/bridge bolt, verify that the pad spring tabs on the brake pad engages the pad springs in the pistons. THEN install newpads into the caliper with the directional facing down when the caliper is installed to avoid possible bake noise if the tabs are not so oriented down.

If ABS equipped, follow instructions and procedures inAppendix C.
THEN loosely install the center pad pin/bridge bolt, attach the caliper to the front fork placing it over the brake disc with the bleeder valve facing upward, loosely install the long metric mounting bolt into the upper hole on the fork leg, install the short metric mounting bolt into the lower hole on fork leg and tighten it to 28-38 ftlbs (38.0-51.5 Nm) and final tighten the top mounting bolt to 28-38 ft-lbs (38.0-51.5 Nm), final tighten the center pad pin/bridge bolt to 15-16 ft-lbs (20.3-22.6 Nm) and then pump brake hand lever to move the pistons fully out into contact with the brake pads and verify the piston location against the pads. If the front wheel is off the ground, rotate the wheel to check for excessive brake pad drag, check the brake fluid level in the master cylinder and if necessary fill it to the proper level using only D.O.T. 4 BRAKE FLUID, install the master cylinder reservoir cap and tighten the reservoir cap screws to 12-15 in-lbs (1.4-1.7 Nm) and then test the operation of the brake system and turn the ignition switch ON and pump the brake hand lever to ensure proper operation of the brake lamp.
If on the road test of the ride the motorcycle the brakes feel spongy then properly bleed the system until you get a hard pedal and avoid making hard stops for the first 100 miles (160 km) to allow the new pads to become conditioned to the brake discs.

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HOW TO VIDEO TO CHANGE REAR BREAK PADS ON 2008 HONDA GOLDWING


There are two ways to change the rear pads on the GL1800.
One way takes about 15 minutes, the other about 1 hour.

The first way: Place the motorcycle on the main stand. Gently compress the pistons back into the caliper using a large - flat bladed screw driver between the rotor and old pad. Prior to doing this, I recommend using compressed air to clear the brake dust and then spraying the caliper pistons well with brake cleaner. This helps prevent any of the three pistons from sticking.

Next, remove the small black rubber plug on the caliper and then remove the 5-mm pin securing the brake pads in place. The brake pads should fall out of the caliper when the pin is removed. Set the new pads into the caliper, insuring they are setting all the way in the caliper and then reinstall the 5-mm pin, using caution to not over tighten it. While the pins are out you may want to coat the threads with a dab of lubricant to reduce corrosion so they will come out easily the next time.

Now, for the second way, visit this website.
http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/rearbrakes

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2003 Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder LC REAR DISC RATTLE,HOW DO I REPLACE IT?


Hello Dale, this is an easy job on your bike. Use a flat head screw driver and remove the brake pad cover...it will pop off.
Remove the hairpin type clips off of the ends of the brake pad pins.... Use pliers & pull the brake pad pins out from the front of the rear brake caliper....Clean the rear brake caliper's piston with brake cleaner. Use a rag and wipe it clean...Reinsert the old brake pads into the caliper. Place a pry bar between the brake pads, then push the inner piston into the caliper body, this will allow room to install new pads.... Remove the old brake pads...Coat the brake pad pins and the new brake pads metal back plates with high-temperature grease.

Slip the new brake pads into the rear brake caliper, then push the brake pad pins halfway into the caliper. Slip the spring clips into place between the brake pads and the brake pad pins. Push the brake pad pins completely through the rear brake caliper. Push the hairpin clips back into the brake pad pin tips. Snap the brake pad cover onto the top of the rear brake caliper....

Pump the rear brake pedal until the pedal feels firm, indicating that the brake pads have closed around the brake rotor...No bleeding will be needed because the system was never opened - That's all there is to it...i hope this information is helpful & good luck with your bike.


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Nov 22, 2011 | 2003 Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder LC

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Need to replace the front brake pads on my 03 heritage springer. no problem, just want to make sure i do it right.


you already know the basics i gather, just made sure you clean any ontact and sliding areas , apply a good lube like syl-glide on and moving parts, you may wat to apply a noise dampening compound on the pad if they don't come with noise arrestors, i recommend you loosen the bleeder screw to push the calipers back, and its a good time to flush the brake fluid

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How to replace front wheen brake pads


Push the Caliper piston all the way in to allow installation of new brake pads by pushing the caliper body inward.

Remove the pad pin plug and loosen the pad pin.

Pull the pad pin out of the caliper body while pushing in the pads against the pad spring.
Remove the brake pads.

Install new brake pads into the caliper so thier ends rest into the pad retainer on the bracket properly. Install the pad pin by pushing in the pads against the pad spring to align the pad pin holes in the pads and caliper body.

Tighten the pad pin - torque 18N-m, 13ft-lb

Install pad pin plug and tighten - torque 3N-m, 2.2ft-lb

Operate the brake lever to seat the caliper piston against the pads.

Check brake fluid level.

Caliper mounting bolt (2) - torque 30N-m, 22ft-lb

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How to change front disc brakes


After you purchase the new pads, with a screw driver, gently pry the caliper pistons back out of the way and into the caliper housing. Not a bad idea to spray some brake cleaner around the caliper pistons before you do that. Remove the mounting bolts for the caliper(s) and remove the calipers from their mounting position. Leave the brake hoses hooked up. Do this on both sides if dual calipers. Do one side at a time so that you can refer back to the other side in case you forget how it goes.
After installing the new pads in their correct position, mount the calipers and tighten the mounting bolts. While the calipers are unbolted it is a good idea to lubricate the slides and bushings the are usually in the mounting holes. If the pistons are stuck you should get new rebuild kits for the calipers. A sticking piston will really wear out new pads. After installation, gently pump the brake lever until the pads are seated against the rotor. Check fluid, bleed if necessary and go for a ride. make sure that you use the recommended brake fluid.

Ride Safely. Ed

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2004 Suzuki GSXR 750 front brakes won't engage


i believe its the disc brake.check for any leakages in the hose connecting the brake pads as well as the oil levels.if its low than the threshold level please fill it up with the recommended brake oil for bike.(usually dot3 or dot4 for disc brakes)
also ensure the brake pads have grooves over it and they are in proper condition.if they are worn out then the disc would be filled with black oily substance.if yes for the previous conditions change the brake pads too.
thanks for contacting fix-ya

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Changing front brake pads


Doing the brakes is about as easy as it gets. I do recommend spending the $60.00 for a manuel if you are going to work on the bike a lot. You can also check with your local library, I used to check one out until I bought my own.

May 11, 2009 | 2001 Harley Davidson XL Sportster 883...

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Brake pads


- OEM Honda Brake pads. These are the highest recommended pad on the list. They have great stopping power good feel readily available and are reasonably priced. Grade (5). - EBC Green Race. OK for a while not as good as OEM. Grade (2). - Galfer Green's,,,

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