FILES T E C H
to replace the
for the bleed
Replace the pad retainer bolt and E-clip using the 2.5-millimeter
Allen wrench. The E-clip will snap on easily by hand.
Replace the front
wheel, check your
handiwork and go hit
the trails! ❏
Be sure to clean the inside of the caliper, as this area tends to
collect spilled fluid and can easily contaminate your pads and
rotor. We like this handy “flossing” technique.
Replace the pads and spring.
We like this “spring sandwich”
approach. The pads should
slide in from the back of the
Thoroughly clean the caliper with the isopropyl alcohol and a
clean portion of the rag.