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2007/07/10 08:48:35 (permalink)

Changing brake pads Yamaha Bruin

have a 2004 Yamaha Bruin... My front brake pads are absolutely gone.
So I'm curious how you actually change them.  I got the brakes off... but I don't want to take them apart until I know for sure how to do it.
How do you get the pads on/off?
Any how-to-do's on this? or tutorials
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    RE: Changing brake pads Yamaha Bruin 2007/07/10 09:54:17 (permalink)
    you unscrew the two allen heads and pull ur old pads of then i use a socket an a hammer to push the brake cylinder back in so i can put the new brakes in and then just put the bolts back in it should only take about 20 mins but mone being in mud and waterr and sand all the time every time i have to do it i brake a bolt

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    RE: Changing brake pads Yamaha Bruin 2007/07/11 17:55:26 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: BIGBADBRUIN

    you unscrew the two allen heads and pull ur old pads of then i use a socket an a hammer to push the brake cylinder back in so i can put the new brakes in and then just put the bolts back in it should only take about 20 mins but mone being in mud and waterr and sand all the time every time i have to do it i brake a bolt

     
    thx for the help
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