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Harley Davidson 2009 Sportster Iron Rear Brake Pad Replacement

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Motorcycle Brake Repair: Checking Rear Brake Pad Wear on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide
Visit http://www.thesmallengineshop.net **Always follow the instructions in your repair manual when doing repair or maintenance work on a motorcycle. Manuals can be found at the dealer and online.** Harley Davidson brake pads have wear indicator marks in the brake pad friction material, but the marks are sometimes hard to see with the pads installed on the motorcycle. By removing the brake pads from the motorcycle you can easily see and measure the brake pad wear. The minimum brake pad friction material thickness for the 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide for both the front and rear brakes is .016". The brake pads can be measured using a set of calipers. Thank you for watching!





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How to Change the Front Brake Pads on a Harley Davidson
This video shows the process of installing new front brake pads on a Harley Davidson Street Glide without ABS. For more maintenance tips, tour riding information, riding articles, riding stories, and riding related write ups please visit my website at: http://www.rumblingrider.com ***Always follow the instructions found in the service manual for your particular bike. Manuals can be purchased at the dealership or online***





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How To Replace Rear Disc Brakes (Full) - EricTheCarGuy
How To Replace Rear Disc Brakes (Full) - EricTheCarGuy http://www.ericthecarguy.com/ I had to split this one into 3 parts when I first posted it and I'm happy to bring it to you now in it's full form. Enjoy. --- Click below and Stay Dirty Visit me at EricTheCarGuy.com http://ericthecarguy.com/ Visit EricTheCarGuy Forum http://www.ericthecarguy.com/forum/default.aspx Visit my Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/EricTheCarGuy --- Stay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information.  EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video.  Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result.  Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.





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Mercedes Benz Rear Brakes
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Motorcycle Brake Repair: Replacing Bleeding Front Brake Fluid on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide
Visit http://www.thesmallengineshop.net **Always follow the instructions in your repair manual when doing repair or maintenance work on a motorcycle. Manuals can be found at the dealer and online.** In this video I show how to use a vacuum pump to remove and replace the brake fluid on a 2008 Harley Davidson Road Glide. This bike does not have ABS, and this technique can be used to remove air from the brake system or bleed the brakes. The brand of the vacuum pump used is Mityvac. A clear hose is connected to the vacuum pump and the other end is connected to a reservoir to catch the brake fluid. Another clear hose is connected to another connection point on the reservoir, and the other end of the hose is connected to the brake bleeder valve on the caliper. The process is to create a 10Hg pressure on the pump, than open the brake bleeder valve. Brake fluid will be drawn out of the brake system and is captured on the reservoir. When all the brake fluid is drawn out of the brake fluid, air will appear in the hose connected to the brake bleeder screw. The brake bleeder valve can than be closed and the vacuum pump hose removed from the valve. The process is repeated on the other caliper. When all the old brake fluid is drawn out of the system, the reservoir is filled with new brake fluid and the vacuum pump is used to draw the new fluid into the brake system. The setup and process is similar to previous steps, only this time air will disappear from the brake fluid when new brake fluid has filled the brake system. The brake fluid reservoir must always have brake fluid in the reservoir, or air will enter the system and you will need to start over. This same process can be used to bleed the brakes. The process is to fill the brake fluid reservoir, and attach the vacuum pump to the brake bleeder valve and extract brake fluid until air disappears from the fluid. When that happens close the brake bleeder valve and remove the vacuum pump. Repeat the process on the other caliper and than check the brake lever to make sure it is firm. Always make sure the reservoir contains brake fluid during this process, otherwise air will be introduced into the brake system, and you will need to start over. Thank you for Watching!





How to Replace Install Inspect Brake Pads on Harley Davidson | Guide & Instructions
Please DONATE if you want the FREE videos to keep coming: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/donate GET NOTIFIED OF EVERY NEW FREE VIDEO IMMEDIATELY BY SIGNING UP HERE FOR FREE: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/emailclub Main website: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com VIDEO & BLOG-So, there are some tutorial videos out there on how to replace the front or rear brake pads on your Harley Davidson motorcycle. Many of the videos are lacking in certain areas or lacking quality. We wanted to make an even better free high definition tutorial video. Of course we did it Law Abiding Biker Podcast & Media style and did an extremely thorough step-by-step video. Money could not buy you a more detailed video on replacing and inspecting your brake pads on your Harley. We enjoy giving back to the law abiding bikers/motorcyclists that are so supportive of this platform. ***EMBED YOUTUBE VIDEO HERE*** For this video we used Lurch's 2008 Harley Street Glide and did the rear brake pads. The fronts are basically the same except they are dual front rotors. We used Harley brake kit #41852-08B. This kit also comes with a tube of brake paste. We show you where and how to apply that to the back of the brake pad plates. This is where the caliper pistons hit the plates and it helps to eliminate squeaking and noises. You can save yourself a ton of money by not taking your Harley Davidson motorcycle to the dealership just to have your brake pads replaced. Imagine how much money you can save over the life of all the Harley's you own by changing your own brake pads? It doesn't matter which model of Harley you have, because after watching this tutorial video you will be able to do this project yourself on your own motorcycle! In fact, after watching this video you will likely be able to change your brake pads regardless if it is a Harley or metric motorcycle. You don't need a fancy motorcycle lift or have to be a "certified" mechanic to do this. It is super easy and you can do it right in your own garage or even outside. We do it in my garage and it was 100 degrees. Sweaty video shoot for sure. You can do it on the kickstand, however I suggest at least a motorcycle/ATV jack, so you can spin the wheel and visually inspect the rotor. The motorcycle/ATV jack I use in the video is a cheap off brand and I bought it years ago for $80 at an auto parts store. It works, but I would certainly like a better one when I can actually afford one. We show you not only how to completely replace your brake pads, but also how to inspect the brake pads using the wear indicators, so you can decide when to replace them. Don't let a mechanic tell you when to do this. You can look at them and make the decision. We show you how to inspect the rotor and caliper while you are at it. You will learn how to turn the rotor and look for "run out", which is basically warping of the rotor and how much it is warped, if any. An easy way to tell if your rotor is warped is if you feel a pulsing sensation when you apply your brakes. Yah, and all in a high definition video! If you have access to a micrometer you can measure the thickness of the rotor and make sure it is within specification. Measuring the thickness of the rotor is not really necessary until later down the road after many miles. You don't need to have very expensive specialized tools to do this and I show you exactly what basic tools you will need to replace your motorcycle brake pads at the beginning of the video. The best part is that you will have the satisfaction of working on your own Harley Davidson motorcycle! And let me tell you that there is nothing better than knowing you did the work on your own motorcycle and to your standards.





2006 Sportster
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