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I have a master cycle but I need 2 rear wheels with tires. Where do I look to get them or where can I get them?

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A good bicycle shop should be able to help you. They are 20X1.75" spoked wheels. Tell them what you want the wheels for and they can help you with any other parts you may need to mount them.

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  1. Inspect the fluid level in the master cylinder reservoir. Remove fluid from the reservoir until the level is lower then half way between the MAX and MIN levels.
  2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
  3. Install 2 wheel nuts to secure the rotor on the hub.
  4. Remove the bottom brake caliper pin bolt.
  5. Pivot the brake caliper body upward and secure out of the way. Do NOT disconnect the hydraulic brake flexible hose from the caliper.
  6. Compress the piston back into the bore using a C-clamp. Figure of brake assembly with caliper raised showing brake pads in mounting bracket gmpc_l4.gif

  7. Remove the inboard and outboard brake pads from the brake caliper bracket.
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  1. Install the brake pad retainers and both brake pads into the caliper bracket.
  2. Pivot the brake caliper down over the brake pads and into the brake caliper bracket. Insert the lower brake caliper pin bolt and torque bolt to 70 ft-lb. (95 Nm).
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  6. Check the master cylinder level and add fluid as necessary.
Rear To Remove:
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  1. Inspect the fluid level in the master cylinder reservoir. Remove fluid from the reservoir until the level is lower then half way between the MAX and MIN levels.
  2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
  3. Install 2 wheel nuts to secure the rotor on the hub.
  4. Remove the upper caliper mounting bolt.
  5. Pivot the caliper down to access the pads.
  6. Remove the inboard and outboard pads from the caliper bracket.
  7. Remove the brake pad clips from the caliper bracket.
  8. Compress the piston back into the bore using a C-clamp and the old inner pad.
To Install:
  1. Install new brake clips in the caliper bracket.
  2. Install the inboard and outboard pads in the caliper bracket.
  3. Pivot the caliper up over the pads.
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  5. Remove the 2 wheel nuts securing the rotor.
  6. Reinstall the tire and wheel assembly.
  7. Refill the master cylinder. Pump the brake pedal several times to seat the pads against the rotor.
  8. Check the master cylinder level and add fluid as necessary.
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My rear wheel shudders and its hard to brake

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On the Brakes issue: Is there enough brake fluid in the Master Cylinder Reservoir? It sounds like there is air in the system, or incorrect fluid. Did the Brake Fluid level fall below the minimum level at any time in the reservoir? If so there could be air in the Master Cylinder. You can bleed the Master Cyclinder while still on the vehicle. Let me know if you need to do this; I let you know step-by-step.
Is there Brake Fluid leaking anywhere? Check especially on the inside portions of the wheels looking for brake fluid. That leak will have to be fixed first.
Bleed all the brakes. Start at the right rear, then left rear, then right front, then finish with the left front. Use two (2) helpers to do this. One person adding fluid into the Master Cylinder while the other pumps and eventually holds the brake pedal, while you lossen and then tighten down the brake bleeder ports.
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