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11-25-2012 09:31 PM
redriverrhino
rhino park brake

you can adjust the park brake where the cable moves the lever on the back of brake caliper. the rod that goes thru the caliper just screws in to compensate for pad wear. you can access the brake pads easier by removing the heat shield above the disc caliper. hope this helps. just remove two bolts and the caliper can be removed to replace pads.
11-25-2012 09:20 PM
redriverrhino
rhino park brake

you can adjust the park brake where the cable moves the lever on the back of brake caliper. the rod that goes thru the caliper just screws in to compensate for pad wear. you can access the brake pads easier by removing the heat shield above the disc caliper. hope this helps
11-25-2012 08:39 AM
onebuilder The ownersl and service manuals explain how. You can find downloadable service manuals online.
11-25-2012 08:20 AM
delou
e brakes

Hi, I'm from Sudbury ontario and own a 2007 Rhino 660....

anyone know where I could get instuctions on how to adjust the e brake on my bike...

Also explain why they made it so complicated or difficult to change the back disk brake..... you need to drop the rear suspention, drive shaft ...... little crazy I would say.....

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