How to Change the Disc Brake Pads on an ATV?

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Changing the disk brake pad on an ATV. Lift the ATV with the hydraulic jack. Remove the nuts from the wheels. Remove the bolt from the calliper guard and set them aside. Put a C clamp over the calliper piston tighten the handle on the clamp. Replace the debris and put the calliper back to mounting holes. An ATV disk is an accessory used in conjunction with an ATV. This component attaches to the trailer hitch of the ATV and is dragged behind the vehicle over the soil to soften and break up the soil particles.
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1. Use a socket wrench to unscrew the lug bolts, then remove the tire on the side of the ATV where the braking assembly is located (usually the left side on most brands of ATVs) Set
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Lift the ATV with a hydraulic jack and place jack stands under the tubular frame members. Lower the hydraulic jack so that all of the wheels are off the ground and the full weight
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