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New brake pad

I have recently purchased a powertwin off ebay but the brake doesnt work (the lever bit does nothing) i have been told i need to get a new brake pad but i dont know where to start looking for one. Help! Thanks

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Hi,

You should be able to get some help by contacting www.johnstonprams.co.uk. Ensure that you know what model this is, whether this is a Pro or Non-Pro version.

I hope this helps.

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How do i change front brake pads on my 2002 fxd super glide



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Hi,

If you visit www.johnstonprams.co.uk you will be able to purchase this part.

I hope this helps.

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