Rear Brake Pad Replacement
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- T25 Torx bit screwdriver
- Flat blade screwdriver
- Small pliers
- 200 grit sand paper (optional)
- Remove safety spring-clip from the rear of the bolt (on the side of the wheel).
- Remove the bolt that goes through the "eye" of the brake pads (using #25 torx driver).
- Pull out the pads.
- If there's any debris like paint on the pad material, you may want to sand them flat/clean gently over some 200 grit sandpaper on a flat surface.
- Put in new pads.
- Screw-in the bolt.
- It maybe good to use some anti-seize paste if not present from the factory.
- Torque value unknown, but be quite gentle - probably something like 10lb/ft (hand-tighten firmly with a regular screwdriver kind of torque).
- Reinstall safety clip.
- Test your ride carefully!
- Per Rear Pad Replacement for J Juan rear brakes (2014+)