Attention! The pads must be replaced as a set, on both discs at the same time, if they are worn down to a minimum thickness or if they are damaged. The minimum thickness of the friction layer of the brake pads is 1 mm. To make it easier to determine the thickness of the linings, special grooves are made on the friction layer.
1. Using a slotted screwdriver, unscrew the cover of the guide pin of the pads.
2. Using a 5 mm hex key, unscrew the guide pin of the pads and remove it.
3. Remove the brake pads from the caliper
Attention! Do not press the brake lever with the brake caliper removed. This can cause the pistons to fall out of the caliper.
1. Install the removed parts in reverse order. The pads are installed with friction linings facing the disc.
2. Before installing new pads with a mounting spatula or other suitable tool, we sink the pistons into the cylinders.
3. We apply a thin layer of special high-temperature grease to the locking pins of the pads.
Attention! It is important to prevent grease from getting on the working surfaces of the pads or brake disc.