- If shims are rusted or show peeling of the rubber coat, replace them with new shims.
- Whenever the brake pads are replaced, the inner shim, the outer shim and the shim cover have to be replaced as a set.
1. Remove master cylinder reservoir cap.
2. Locate caliper mounting bolts, apply wrench pressure counter clockwise to remove the bolt.
3. Suspend the cylinder body with wire. Then remove pads with retainers, inner and outer shims and pad return springs.
1. Attach the inner shim and shim cover to the inner pad and attach the outer shim to the outer pad.
2. Apply grease to the contact surface of pad retainer with the pads, then attach the pad retainer, pads and pad return spring to the torque member.
3. To install the new brake pads you must retract the brake caliper piston. Install C clamp tool and gently tighten clamp until caliper piston is fully depressed.
- Use old brake pad to protect the caliper piston.
- Do not compress the caliper piston with the other caliper removed.
4. Install the cylinder body to the torque member.
5. Insert a main pin bolt (on the lower side) and tighten it to specification.
6. Check the brakes for drag.