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Remove engine side cover without removing the brake lever


Dougsoffroadcycle

When removing you right-side engine case, the rear brake lever is often in the way.

Use a screw driver to carefully spread your rear brake pads apart. The brake lever will now go down much further than before. This will give you enough clearance to remove the engine case cover without removing the brake lever (time saver).

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