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I changed my rear brake arm last night with an extended one and now have almost no rear brake. It goes all the way down and just barley slows.

All I did was remove the clevis pin and slide the new arm on and then put the pin back on. It was very easy.

Please advise ASAP.

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Put the old one back on and seems to be ok. This one is about 2" longer so I guess it cannot go down far enough. I have a call into Legends to see what is up but now going for a ride.
 

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compare the hole locations of both arms. (where it slides over the shaft & clevis pin) Please let us know what you find out.
 

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compare the hole locations of both arms. (where it slides over the shaft & clevis pin) Please let us know what you find out.
I did not do this since I needed to hurry because I had a ride to lead today but I will let you know what Legends/Bubbas has to say about this. This could have been catastrophic for someone that just slapped it on and took off thinking everything was ok.
 

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Sometimes change is not good! Then longer the brake arm the longer the travel. Guest those HD engineers know what their doing.
 
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