Disc Brake Pad Removal & Installation

Generally, the pad material should measure at least 1mm thick. By stacking 3 business cards or 1 credit card you can create a makeshift feeler gauge that is approximately 1mm. Generally, the pad material should measure at least 1mm thick. By stacking 3 business cards or 1 credit card you can create a makeshift feeler gauge that is approximately 1mm. Generally, the pad material should measure at least 1mm thick. By stacking 3 business cards or 1 credit card you can create a makeshift feeler gauge.

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Step by step

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.