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Rear Brake recall

Hey all, I finally got my rims powder coated... semi gloss black. They look pretty sick. Nice to get it done given I have been daydreaming about making it happen for the past few months. However, now my rear brake does not work. The guys at the shop said that Harley issued a recall for the '06 883 rear brake. Any word on this? Is this accurate? I want to believe it is but given the brakes worked fine before I brought it to them I have a feeling they may be covering up their poor work. Rims look great... but ummm.. yeah. I'm surprised this happened given it was a custom bike shop. Hopefully they are correct about the recall and they found a real brake problem. Thanks in advance for any help.

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If there's a recall for your bike, go to this link and enter your info, it there is a recall on the brakes it will be listed. https://www.harley-davidson.com/EX/MNT/SCHK/en/servicecheckup.asp?locale=en_US&bmLocale=en_US

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