My brake pads are gone and discs are in awful condition so I need to change both.
I need to buy 3 x rotors, 3 x pads but is there something else that needs to be always changed when fixing brakes?
Any rubber parts that are most likely bad or something else..
I already ordered pads: TRW...
Hi, newbie here so bear with me...
I'm looking to replace the brake pads on 450HO which isn't a problem finding an aftermarket set for the front (EBC); However, I realized that the rear (RH side of course) is different then the front set. Problem is I can't find an EBC part number for the rear...
So i was in the process of ordering parts for my 2006 Polaris 700 EFI, and i removed the back left tire to see if i needed any parts for the caliper, wait, there is no caliper back there? isnt there supposed to be?
Rear brake on my 04 500 HO started sticking intermittently. Then when it lets go, I have no brake at all and the brake handle bar has no pressure. Back in the garage, the rear brake pad is to hot to touch (along with the rim). Front pads are fine, no heat at all.
I have a 2004 Polaris 700 Twin. Finally time to do some brakes and I am curious as to what people have found as to OEM vs polaris parts. There seems to be a big price discrepancy between OEM and aftermarket. I dont need anything heavy duty.. Thanks
Step one- remove the two clips from the bolts on the rear rotor
Step Two- remove two bolts that hold the brake pads on (not allen key bolts they do not need to be removed)
Step three-Remove caliper by removing the other two bolts
Step four compress the piston with your hands or a c-clamp
Alright, I must be missing something major because I can not see how in the world I can remove the old pads from the rear brakes. It has 2 pins that hold the pads in, but how in the world do I get these pins out???
I may be missing something obvious, but I don't know?????