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I need a rear brake disk and pads, also a Thermostat for my ZZR400 Grey Import, I believe it is in a 600 frame, dated manufactured 1991 (delared).

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I'm trying to understand the VIN for my 1998 Mitsubishi Pajero. I thought that the VIN is supposed to be seventeen characters, but the chassis code shows less. Here is what I have...

You are kind of correct, but you're not if it's a grey import.

All vehicles manufactured for the European market, regardless of where they are produced and what manufacturer made them, will, without exception, have a VIN that is 17 characters long. These include a World identifier at the beginning, usually three characters in length, that denotes the country where the vehicle was manufactured.

If your Pajero is an import (and presuming you are in the UK, it is, or it would be badged "Shogun" not "Pajero"), the VIN will have fewer than 17 characters.

Additionally, on an import, the World Identifier will always be omitted and they will often, but not always begin wih the model type.

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Shogun - JMAL049GWJJ000001 (UK)
Pajero - L049-000001 (Janpese import)
To cunfuse the matter further, somewhere in the number you have is a date code, but since the manufacture date in Japan is not based on the gregorian calendar, but on the number of years since the most recent emporer ascended the throne..... good luck with that!

I've been scouring a number of sites I would usually use to answer your question in more detail and all I can tell you is that it's a nightmare and nowhere can I find a site that can even tell me how many digits to expect on your japanese import, let alone their meaning. Even grey importers who bring these things in seem to struggle with figuring out what they mean!

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My back brake is sticking on i no me brack pads are low but is there any way to free them

You need to take the master cylinder apart and clean it . There is a small pin hole that is plugged with dirt or rust. Or rear you have a really dirty rear caliper that is not floating properly. A pressure wash should fix that.

Sep 03, 2010 | 1991 Yamaha FZR 600

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Hi, i´m looking for a new rear brake disc for my Gilera RC 600C (93), still couldn´t find a dealer, any help is apreciated..thanks .

Try or (same company) I'm pretty sure that they will be able to help you as they stock parts for pretty much all import bikes. They are a massive company based in exeter, UK.

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Is it very difficult to replace rear brake pads on a honda vtx 1300r

Personally I have never replaced pads on that particular bike but if it is like most rear disk pads, should not be too bad. I just remove the 2 bolts holding the caliper to the frame. Lift the caliper off enough to slide the pads out. Get a small C-clamp or something so you can gently push the caliper piston back in. Then install the new pads and bolt the caliper back on. Be carefull when pressing the piston back in because is might cause your master cylinder to overflow a bit. Once the pads are on the bike, pump the brake a few times until the pedal gets firm. Should be no need to bleed the system as long as you don't open any brake lines.
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I have no brakes, disk brakes on front, drums on back

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Rear Brakes

First open the fluid tank and put a cloth around it not to spill any fluids.Push the rear caliper slowly and strongly against the disk rotor so that the caliper's piston go all the way in.If the fluids overflow the tank remove some.Unscrew the pin's plug at the rear end of the caliper with a flat screwdriver.Inside there is the pin's head witch is a 5mm allen bolt.Unscrew the pin and work backwards installing the new brake pads.After tightening the pin (18Nm) and the plug (12Nm), push the brake pedal many times until it's fully engaging the brake.Then add some brake fluid to the tank until it reaches the "max" mark and close it.And you're done.

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How do I replace brake pads on real wheel of CBR 600F 1996

the problem is probably 2 things in the brake.
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run you hand over the disk surface and see if it feels lumpy, if so have it surfaced when you replace your pads.

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