Question about 1995 Honda VT 1100 C Shadow Spirit
Posted by Anonymous on
First push back the pads fully ! remove dust cover if there is one , remove clips from the pins that hold the pads in place then the pins and then remove the pads ! clean the area where the pads slide witha file gently ! see if pads fit freely then put a small amount of copperslip on the edges of the pads , fit pads , pins , clips and pump up the brakes ( first make sure the fluid is full then after you pump up , top up ) ! bed the pads in for a few miles using the brakes more than usual ! Bobs your aunty !
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