Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Simply loosen the two Torx head screws that hold the caliper on the fork leg,then loosen the small Torx screw and remove it from the caliper, the old pads will drop down. Now you have to compress the two piston or one, back in.Just pay attention when you put back the new pads it must fit into the slot, then the small Torx pin.....Now you just have to put back the two bigTorx screw to reattach the caliper back the fork leg... Another thing IMPORTANT for your safety press the brake lever many time to allow the pads to contact the disc brake....Don't forget this . Voila ...Hope this will help you up.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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