P700 Rear brake pad replacement

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I searched the forum for rear brake pad replacement and didn't see any threads come up so I figured I would try to do one. This is on a 2014 700-4.

Start by taking off the right rear tire.
Remove the two bolts holding the caliper on. These take a 12mm socket. The bottom one is aggravating. The top one I used two long extensions.
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Next you want to remove this bolt to access the pads. It is also 12mm.
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Now take a flat head screw driver and turn the piston in clockwise.
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Remove the old pads and install the new ones. The one with the wear tab goes on the piston side.
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Put this bolt back in. Be sure to line up the little tab on the back of the pad with the slots in the piston.
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Slide the caliper back on the rotor and install the two caliper bolts.

Hope this helps someone.
 
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Very helpful write up.
Thank you.
How many miles/Kms did you get out of your rear brake?
 
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Very helpful write up.
Thank you.
How many miles/Kms did you get out of your rear brake?
Glad it's helping someone. They had 2500 miles on them. They could have gone a little longer. I had to do the fronts so just went ahead a did the back while I was at it.
 
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Thanks for this. Looking for a tutorial for the fronts now. As of now, I can't find it anywhere here or on the internet :) Are they as simple as wed' expect like on any car? Just like to look things up ahead of time to properly get everything together. Thanks.

Jason
 
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Thanks for this. Looking for a tutorial for the fronts now. As of now, I can't find it anywhere here or on the internet :) Are they as simple as wed' expect like on any car? Just like to look things up ahead of time to properly get everything together. Thanks.

Jason
I knew I should have wrote one up for the fronts too but I was running out of time that day. They are like on a car. Easier to do than the back in my opinion. Maybe you can write something up when you do yours and post it on here. 👍