• Harley Rear Brake Caliper and Pad Service
    4:03

    Harley Rear Brake Caliper and Pad Service

    Bob teaches his simple technique for easy access to the Softail and Dyna rear brake to service the brake pads and caliper, as well as how to replace them afterwards. He stresses the importance of only using brake cleaner on each of these parts. Then he shows you how to check the level and condition of brake fluid in the rear master cylinder.

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  • Motorcycle Rear Wheel Alignment / New Brake Pad Install
    9:37

    Motorcycle Rear Wheel Alignment / New Brake Pad Install

    Bob starts with a little clean up and inspection before reinstalling the rear wheel. They unwrap the caliper and reinstall aftermarket brake pads for better stopping. Pins and bolts prepped with Loctite help with reinstall. They replace caliper, wheel spacers, axle prepped with AntiSeize , washers and nut. Wheel alignment is done with a homemade tool.…

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  • Replacing the Front Caliper Pad on a Motorcycle - Brembo
    19:50

    Replacing the Front Caliper Pad on a Motorcycle – Brembo

    Bimbo? No it’s Brembo. Bob shows us Harley’s use of the Brembo brake caliper and how to change the brake pads. Be it ABS or not, you can change your brake pads by taking off the caliper. Mark helps him remove the front tire and they upgrade the stock brake rotor to a custom front…

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  • Brembo Rear Caliper Pad Replacement
    8:35

    Brembo Rear Caliper Pad Replacement

    Bob walks us through Brembo rear caliper brake pad service. He loosens the pad retaining bolts before he removes the caliper from the Ultra. He retracts the pistons back into the caliper body before removing the pads. Work clean and have your service manual handy to review. He preps pins and bolts with Loctite before…

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  • How to replace rear brake pads on a Harley-Davidson
    7:47

    How to replace rear brake pads on a Harley-Davidson®

    Bob and Mark show you how to replace rear brake pads on your Touring model if necessary. This Evo caliper is easy to work with. They teach you to be careful when applying lubrication to the caliper system that you only use a little bit of grease and anti-seize. Otherwise you can contaminate the brake and lose stopping power, which leaves you at risk for an accident.

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