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post #1 of 10 Old 09-04-2008, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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919 Rear brake Pad Help

Can anyone please post a pic or explain how the retaining clip mounts back up to the rear pads?

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That is a very hard picture to see. Is that the shim that goes between the end of the pad and the caliper or the spring like shim that pushes the pads toward the center of the rotor?

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I'm not sure. I was re-installing the rear wheel when the retainer popped out of place. I didn't get to see where it came from. It must install somewhere towards the front of the pads (the opposite side of the push-through pin. The front of the pads will not stay in place; they simply want to drop down.

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Here is a link to the caliper fiche at ronayers.com I believe it is marked as part #6 in the diagram. Looks to retain the pads on the opposite side of the pin. Locates against the carrier frame. Let me know if this helps.

http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/..._BRAKE_CALIPER

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This should help
http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/..._BRAKE_CALIPER
The clip you mention (index 6) attaches to the caliper bracket (index 5) in the orientation shown, straddling the rotor. You will have to remove the caliper and pads from the bracket to fit it properly.

As soon as I posted this I saw wisco919 had already posted it as well. Great minds think alike (or something like that).


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Thanks much guys! I'll work on it this evening after work! Pictures of the new 6 spoke wheelset will follow shortly!

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