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tonkota

 
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No. The rear brakes are drum type and the front are disk (disc?). Unless you have a rear disc setup, then I have no idea.
 
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Thanks for the reply. I read something about having to replace all pads simultaneously. Do you know if there is anything that needs to be done for the rear, since I have just done all four front pads?

bh
 

lovetoski

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ps40-2 said:
Thanks for the reply. I read something about having to replace all pads simultaneously. Do you know if there is anything that needs to be done for the rear, since I have just done all four front pads?

bh
Best is to take off your rear brake drums and have a look inside. Should be no brake fluid leads from the cyclinder, and the pads should be thicker than the minimum (2mm I think). Rears last a lot longer than the fronts though.
 

Tapage

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Usually your front pads consume more fast than rear pads .. in 60 series ..
 
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