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Old 08-05-2010, 12:30 PM   #1
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Replacing breaks front and back on a 2007 CBR600RR

How hard is it to replace breaks front and back on a 2007 CBR600RR????
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Old 08-05-2010, 12:37 PM   #2
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I'VE never had to replace breaks....

BRAKES, yes....

BREAKS, no....

probably fairly simple....drop the wheel, pushed the pistons back, slap in the new pads and reassemble.
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Old 08-05-2010, 12:37 PM   #3
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easy assuming you are talking pads only
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Old 08-05-2010, 12:43 PM   #4
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Sorry about the misspelling, yes brake pads only.
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Old 08-05-2010, 12:45 PM   #5
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I'VE never had to replace breaks....

BRAKES, yes....

BREAKS, no....
please give him a brake, as he is an aggie after all..
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please give him a brake, as he is an aggie after all..
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probably fairly simple....drop the wheel, pushed the pistons back, slap in the new pads and reassemble.
Drop the wheel? Really? Pads should be way easier than that even.

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please give him a brake, as he is an aggie after all..
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Old 08-05-2010, 03:13 PM   #9
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please give him a brake, as he is an aggie after all..
lol, i was gonna type that
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Drop the wheel? Really? Pads should be way easier than that even.



I'm thinking you'll have to pull the rear wheel... the front, of course, can stay on.
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I'm thinking you'll have to pull the rear wheel... the front, of course, can stay on.
Hmm, you can't just unbolt the caliper from the bracket, change the pads and bolt her back up? That's how I do the RC. I just looked at some pics of the CBR and looks like it to me, but I've never changed brakes on a 2007 CBR600RR either.
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Hmm, you can't just unbolt the caliper from the bracket, change the pads and bolt her back up? That's how I do the RC. I just looked at some pics of the CBR and looks like it to me, but I've never changed brakes on a 2007 CBR600RR either.

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I'VE never had to replace breaks....

BRAKES, yes....

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probably fairly simple....drop the wheel, pushed the pistons back, slap in the new pads and reassemble.
clean the caliper pistons before pushing them back in
retaining pins and clips should be checked and cleaned before reassembly,
never be blas about your brakes
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please give him a brake, as he is an aggie after all..
I wonder how many aggies he will need to pick the bike up so he can take the wheel off.
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