Question about 1993 Suzuki DR 350 S
You didn't specify front or rear so I will hit both.
Start with the front. Refer to this diagram:
Unbolt bracket 13 from the fork leg, then remove the 2 brake pad retaining pins #12. The brake pads can then be removed. You will have to compress the spring #5 when putting the pads back in to be able to reinstall the pins #12.
On the rear, refer to this page:
You have one of two choices, either remove the rear wheel so you can drop the pads out by removing the brake pad retaining pins #13 or unscrew #8 from the caliper bracket then remove the caliper.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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