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How To Remove Rear Brake Discs


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You taken the screws out from the inside? between the hub bolt holes

The ones with spring? (accesible through the hole in the disc?

I have indeed, and now I actualy dropped the spring inside the disc... Now I really need to open them up.

Do I need to force the disc out from inside? (usa a hammer???)

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Make sure hand brake off, then slacken the internal adjuster right off.

You may have to tap the disc off, soak the hub where the disc sits with WD 40 first....

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Then tried to remove the brake disc, but it is not coming off.

Seems like something is holding it from inside.

I dont wish to be rude but if you dont know the basics of a braking system it probably isnt best to start to learn with a bit of DIY.

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Then tried to remove the brake disc, but it is not coming off.

Seems like something is holding it from inside.

I dont wish to be rude but if you dont know the basics of a braking system it probably isnt best to start to learn with a bit of DIY.

Ive done it on LS400 before, and it had different set up (two screws). And Is200 does not have it. So I thought maybe theres is something else holding it.

Anyways, thanks for all your advice guys. It is sorted now.

The problem was, the hand brake did not disengage completely.

Thanks .

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