Date: 1 Jul 2003 20:33:22 GMT
From: davehinznopsamcop.net
Subject: Re: 92 9000S - Rear Brake Job - Any Advice Appreciated


Someone who looks an awful lot like Grunff <grunffnopsam.com> wrote: > scorpion wrote: >> Anyone know the correct size for >> the "metric" hex key neede to remove the caliper bolts? Any other surprises > 7mm. The adjusting screw, which you will need to adjust, is > hidden behind a bolt at the back of the caliper (you remove the > bolt to access it). The adjusting screw is IIRC 4mm allen. Right. That bolt-looking thing with the 13mm hex head, is actually just a "plug", keeping the crud out of the adjuster screw. It backs out as a bolt would; nothing tricky, it just uncovers the adjuster. >> I should be aware of ? > Not really - pretty straightforward. Agreed. Pull the piston back with that adjuster screw, rather than trying to push it in as with many other types of calipers. Adjust it to tight, back it off maybe 1/2 turn (the adjuster screw, that is) so the wheel rotates freely, and you're golden. Put some anti-seize on that plug that covers the adjustment screw, or you'll be swearing at it in a few years when you play the game again. Dave Hinz

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