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Changed my brake pads today both front and rear. Followed a piece of advice from an independent shop and disconnected my battery (due to ABS). Had no problems (used Lyndal Z pads) and it took me about 45 minutes to complete the job. I did remove the cover from my master cylinder and took an eye dropper and removed some fluid before I took the old pads off. This allowed some room when I pushed the pistons in for some fluid to be added from the line. Getting ready for my 7,000 mile adventure and need a front tire and the bike will be ready.


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Congrats on the savings. I've only done it myself a few times. I've done it both with and w/o removing the cylinder caps. It's much easier to push the pistons back with the cap removed. Have a safe trip :D
 
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