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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-27-2010, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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grease on rear brakes.... now what?

Hey guys....
At the last race at Glen Helen I raced my revolt with a thorn axle boot... and some grease splattered into my rear brakes.... what do I do to fix the problem?

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Re: grease on rear brakes.... now what?

get new pads i can get aftermarket ones if you want ill check on the price tomorrow
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Re: grease on rear brakes.... now what?

cool, thanks jerry.... please keep me posted...
do I have to clean the disk when I change them or something?
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Re: grease on rear brakes.... now what?

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cool, thanks jerry.... please keep me posted...
do I have to clean the disk when I change them or something?
Clean the rotors with brake cleaner like you would on your car to remove the factory lube for rust inhibitor.



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get new pads i can get aftermarket ones if you want ill check on the price tomorrow

On the revolt do the aftermarket rear pads work better than the stock ones ?
I would be intrested in buying a set if they perform better ,anything to get a little more out of the rear brakes would be great.
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