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Anyway, here goes….a brief how to…..

Take wheel off….

01takewheeloff.jpg

Beat the screws which hold the disc to the hub - this loosens their grip, allowing removal.

02beatscrews.jpg

Undo screws x 2 using a large cross-head screwdriver and store safely!

04removescrews.jpg

Slacken brake pipe union just enough to allow removal with the caliper off the car…

05slackenunion.jpg

Undo two 15mm headed bolts that secure the caliper to the carrier

07removebolts.jpg

Prise the pads apart to allow caliper to be drawn off the disc

06pushpadsback.jpg

With a large hammer, beat the old disc off the hub - these can often be very corroded. Wear goggles to protect your eyes.

09beatdisc.jpg

Remove brake disc

10removedisc.jpg

Clean both hub and mounting surface before fitting new disc, this is important if you are to avoid brake judder in the future

11cleandisc.jpg

Fit disc, insert and tighten two screws.

12fitdisc.jpg

Make sure you have the correct caliper - they are sided. Make sure the pads are fully pushed apart.

13caliper.jpg

Fit the caliper, torquing the bolts up.

14fitcaliper.jpg

Clean the mating surface of the hydraulic connection….

15cleanunion.jpg

Fit the hydraulic connection - do not overtighten! Use new copper seals.

16tightenunion.jpg

Bleed brakes!

17bleed.jpg

Fit wheel back on…….using a torque wrench, no air tools!

18fitwheel.jpg

The finished job…….looks nice!

19done.jpg

and one happy Curgy! :-)

20finished.jpg

Dr Dave du Forum http://mg-rover.org

installation_des_freins_ap_racing.txt · Dernière modification: 2014/12/29 13:45 (modification externe)
 
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