Question about 2008 Yamaha TTR230
Took rear wheel off my yamaha ttr-230 to change tire and now i dont have rear brakes, are there any tips on what i may be doing wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sticking Rear Brake
I guess the rear brakes system of your bike must be mechanical.
Remove the rear adjusting nut on the brake rod and thn try it , the wheel should rotate freely.
If no, thn theres a problem in the drum and the linnings.. you will hve to remove the back wheel and examine.
If after removing the adjusting nut at the rear rod it moves freely thn theres a problem frm the rod to the brake pedal.
Or it may have been tht the adjustment was too tight without a free play .
Hope this helps!
Knight (Yamaha Seca XJ750A 1981)
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
do you mean remove the wheel? tires are best left to a shop to do as they have the machine. drive shaft yes? undo all bolts thru frame to final drive casing. slacken wheel nut but do not remove spindle, pull wheel back and out of the frame the drive shaft comes with it, tace out spindle and now lift final drive from wheel, there may be a spacer which might fall out. done deal..
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: rear wheel removal
remove the chain. dont loose the pin. loosen the axle nut remove the axle. have a hand on the wheel as it will drop out at this point. install will be a bit harder. i like to lower the bike once the tire is under the fender. lower it until the holes are almost lined up. it beats trying to balance a tire and slip teh axle back in place. be sure to tighten the axle bolt to torque spec. too loose and you can get a shake, too tight and you can alter the path of the chain by a fraction and may cause premature chain wear.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
First. Check the brake fluid level.
Second. Look for leaks in the lines and calipers.
Third. Check the brake pads.
Fourth. If pads worn, pull and replace
Fifth. If pads are okay and all works above the calipers.
Time to pull the calipers and rebuild.
Go to local dealer buy some parts and clean.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you i had to rebuild"
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