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Old 02-09-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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Changing brake pads on 99 Jag

Going to put new pads on.
Never changed them on a sled.
What are the steps, so I don't waste any time.

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push the pistons back, pull the pin, slide them out, slide the new ones in, put the pin back
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Thanks for the reply.

The Jag must be different than yours.
There is no pin to pull.
Removed the caliper, the snap ring, put pads in, install snap ring, bolt caliper back on.
Pretty easy.

Now if it would stop raining maybe there will be some snow left to ride on.
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