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Changing brake pad

Please let me know how to change brake pads on my boulevard c50.

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Ok on the front calipers youll have a slot on the middle back with a flat head screwdriver pry the caliper towards the outside of the rotor.( cheap way to compress caliper) or buy caliper compressor take the two bolts outta the caliper on the sides remove pads and compress caliper piston with compressor for a walk through email.

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