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Torque specs for front and rear brake calibers

I want to remove my breaks because they make a loud clicking when I press the break and release it while rolling in reverse. want to clean them and throw some fresh grease in the back of the pads. so I would really appreciate the tq specs for the front and rear calibers or a link to the manual even better!


edit, apparently I wrote the same thing in 2012 so I already have my answer, thanks... 25 ft lbs

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I want to remove my breaks because they make a loud clicking when I press the break and release it while rolling in reverse. want to clean them and throw some fresh grease in the back of the pads. so I would really appreciate the tq specs for the front and rear calibers or a link to the manual even better!


edit, apparently I wrote the same thing in 2012 so I already have my answer, thanks... 25 ft lbs
Don't break your brakes!

The clicking is normal.

I may not be perfect, but at least I don't ride a Suzuki.

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Don't break your brakes!

The clicking is normal.
But replying to a post in the wrong section is not

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Pfffttt.....ain't nobody got time to look at the section when trying to correct improper grammar!


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