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Back brake pads? anybody changed

Changed the front today and it wan't too bad. I saw the awesome how to on the fronts after I did it. Then I was going to change the back, but they look like it might be alittle dificult. I got as far as taking the black plastic guard off the disk, then I stopped. Figured I'd be better off to ask on here, or wait and buy a service manual(or try and google) So anyway, just thought I'd ask has anybody found the easiest/best way to change the back brake pads? Thanks for any help in advance.
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Don't buy the manual just d/load it. Link is tricky but it works still. If you cant get it pm me your e-mail and I will send, if you can receive large files. I know yahoo wont send it. Post #48 in this thread has link. Good luck!


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Just changed mine today.
Hell of a lot more tricky compared to a normal sports quad..

Two big allen bolts that hold the caliper carrier need to be undone.
One 13mm bolt that allows the caliper to be slid open also needs to be undone.

then its just a case of fiddling around until the old pads can be removed and the new ones put in..
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