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I have a unilli cx100 quad and ai am finding it hard to get parts like battery,and brake pads can you help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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A local dealer in galway ireland, got both for me! http://www.galwayquads.com/

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Unilli cx100 - kick start not engaging properly - works sometimes - appears to be a spring missing - where do u get such a part?

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When apply brake rear brakes sounds ,squeal.


You have to "toe in" the brake pads so that that don't just sit flat on the wheel rim. The front of the brake pad should contact the wheel first, that way, the brake pad doesn't cause a vibration to occur.

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I am looking for a manual for an apache 100cc quad can anyone tell me where to get one


If you follow the address below and click on button (technical and quad parts) scroll down to the botom of the page and there should be all the manuals available for free download www.apachequads.com/technical-parts.php

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Disc rub on brake pads


Hi,
First be sure the calipers are working properly. Test by pushing the brake hard and then spin the wheel. If this is new and it rubs - look closely and be sure it isn't the bend tab or warning tab rubbing. If they are old brakes replace as this is the warning you are needing to replace.
IF new - and they still rub - remove and inspect - be sure there is not a 'bend or warning tab' that is rubbing.
If there is no tab rubbing - you can SAND [ with sand paper] the BRAKE PAD carefully and squarely. I suggest you take these to a professional as the items I describe should be caught by a beginner.

Thanks for choosing
Gary @ Fix Ya

Jun 27, 2010 | Avid Juicy Ultimate Hydraulic Disc Brake ,...

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Avid juicy ultimate, rear disc brake vibration and noise


It is a lose bolt somewhere, OR somebody has touched your rotor with their hands OR there is oil in the pads.

Check ALL your bolts for correct torque, buy new pads and Rubbing Alcohol and install them AFTER you clean off the rotor and your hands with the Rubbing Alcohol. TRY not to touch the rotor or the pads with your hands.

Dec 30, 2009 | Avid Juicy Ultimate Hydraulic Disc Brake ,...

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Loud noise comes from rear brake when braking


When you squeeze the brakes, the rubber pad should NOT be flat against the rim. Instead, the FRONT of the rubber pad should be a bit closer to the rim than the back part of the pad (about 1 mm or 1/16th inch).

Also, you can try to put fine sandpaper (150 grit) between the rim and brake pad, with the rough part facing the brake. Squeeze the brakes lightly and move the wheel a small amount to scuff the brake pad to remove any dirt on it.

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I just changed the brakes on my quad and when i hit the brake they dont lock up they slowly stop


If its hydraulic youll need to bleed the calipers and or lines. You may have an air bubble or low fluid. If its old cable style, theres a cable with a nut near the ends that screws out and tightens the cable by elongating the cable distance thus adjusting it.

Sep 24, 2009 | Quad Disc Brake Rotor 160mm Bicycle Bike

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Brake pads dont retract


you will need to retract them with a small c clamp, thus slowly pressing the calipers back into cylinder.plz rate-bozcro

Sep 16, 2009 | Avid Juicy 7 Hydraulic Disc Brake 2008...

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Brake pads are shut fairly tight. Can't get disc


Your brakes adjust automatically (so when the pads wear down your levers don't get looser). What you did was pull the brake lever and it adjusted making the pads shut.

Anyway all you need to do is take a wide flat-head screw driver and wiggle it back and forth between the 2 pads.

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