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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove wheel, remove brake, use a screwdriver to spread the gap between the pads( to make room for the new pads to fit on the disk...do not do this with the new pads you will mess them up) remove the 2 allen screw pins that hold the pads in place . if you are worried take out your phone and snap a pic of everything before you go to the next step. when the pins come out there is a spring plate in the top. dont forget it when you put the new pads in. installation is just a reverse of what you just did. be sure to squeeze the lever a few times when you are done re installing the calliper on the disk and check your brake fluid level under the seat--next to the battery on the right side- yeah under the starter relay---that thing with the red wir attached and the plug and clear cover.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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