Attention! Pads must be replaced as a set. The minimum thickness of the friction layer of the brake pads is 1 mm.
I. Using a slotted screwdriver, unscrew the brake pad guide pin cover.
2. Using a 12 mm key, unscrew the lower caliper mounting bolt and loosen the upper bolt with a 14 mm key.
3. We raise the caliper, as shown in the photo, and with a 5 mm hex wrench, unscrew the guide pin of the brake pads.
4. We remove the guide pin, after which we push the brake pads down from the caliper.
Attention! Do not press the brake lever with the shoes removed, this will lead to the extrusion of the pistons from the working cylinders and «airing» systems.
1. Install the removed parts in reverse order. The pads are installed with friction linings facing the disc.
2. Before installing new pads with sliding pliers or other suitable tool, we sink the piston into the cylinder.
The guide pin of the brake pads must be tightened with a torque of 18 Nm, and its cover with a torque of 2-3 Nm.
When installing the lower brake caliper mounting bolt, apply thread locker to it and tighten it to a torque of 22 Nm.