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Changing rear pads 2002 herridge softtail

How much difficulty is it to change front and rear brakes ?

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Generally if you know how to use and what size tools to use, you can change the pads. Most time it is easier to do the fron than the back but then again on overall actually the back side is easier. Get a friend to help you when you dismantle the brake calipers, you need to press the brake pistons in using a C-clamp and once that is done need to bleed the brake line to bleed brake line just in case there is air bubble in the line.

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