- This method works perfectly on the Pulsar 220 front brake. The procedure may be similar for other brands.
- Please do it at your own risk. I did the disk pad change twice so far and I didn't face any issues though.
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3. Now remove the clip that retains the pin shown in the picture. You would need a plier to remove the clip.
4. Pull out the pin that holds the pads in place.
8. Now position the new pads in the caliper and put back the pin that you removed in step 4
9. Now put back the clip that you removed in step 3.
11. Bolt the caliper back on to the fork.
Thats it! Hope this helped. By the way, thanks to Rubert for allowing me to take the photos while he did the work.
God bless you.