Question about 2005 Honda XL 125 V Varadero
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If you get it wrong, you will endanger yourself and others.
I suggest you find someone who knows and get them to show you - then they can check your work.
It isn't difficult, basically you unclip the old ones, remove them, push back the brake pistons insert the new pads, clip them in place, check the brake lever for pressure, and you're done.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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