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My bike is pulsar 180 2011 model ,,rear brake is not working properly after changing the brake shoe

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Hi, Anonymous for this situation I would call my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry. If necessary transport your vehicle to the dealer or shop and have a professional technician take it for a test drive, if it is in running condition, and give you a written estimate of repairs and answer any specific questions you may have about your issue. For more information about your issue please visit the website below. Good luck and have a nice day.How to replace and adjust the rear brakes on 150 or 50 cc GY6 Chinese...
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remove the chain. dont loose the pin. loosen the axle nut remove the axle. have a hand on the wheel as it will drop out at this point. install will be a bit harder. i like to lower the bike once the tire is under the fender. lower it until the holes are almost lined up. it beats trying to balance a tire and slip teh axle back in place. be sure to tighten the axle bolt to torque spec. too loose and you can get a shake, too tight and you can alter the path of the chain by a fraction and may cause premature chain wear.

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SOURCE: my 180 pulsar's front disc

I'm a little confused because your heading says front disk and the body of your note says you changed shoes. If it is noise coming from a drum/shoe setup, it could be that the shoes are not 100% seated into the drum yet. There are variations in the shoes and drums that would require the either require the shoes to be contour ground or just 'broken in' to properly match the drum's contour. If you are talking about the fromt disk brake making nois, the noise is probably just a harmonic vibration (squeaking, squealing) and will cause no harm or loss in braking performance. If the sound is bothersome to you, there are various 'anti squeak' coatings available at auto parts stores that are designed to dampen the vibration and eliminate the noise.

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  2. Remove brake drum. If brake drum cannot be removed easily, insert a suitable screwdriver through hole in backing plate, then push adjuster lever away from adjuster and back of adjustment tension.
  3. Remove tension spring, using a suitable tool, then remove rear shoe hold-down spring and pin. Remove rear brake shoe and anchor spring, Fig. 7.
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    3. On 2WD T100 models, proceed as follows:
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      2. Inspect brake lining and drum for proper contact and replace drum or shoes as necessary.
      3. Inspect wheel cylinder for corrosion or damage.
      4. Inspect backing plate for wear or damage.
      5. Inspect bellcrank components for bending, wear or damage.
      6. Apply a suitable lubricant to backing plate contact areas.
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