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I have a 2004 crf50 but the rear brazalete is weak as shit!! I have to press all the damn way down to stop my rear wheel. I adjusted the rear brake assembly tight in the rear but it's still weak. I tried loosening it but that was even worse so I tightened it back up. do I have to change something for it to work properly? Image1493950902.827697.jpg

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Add some more swear words to the post, you'll get more responses for sure

Didn't know people were that sensitive lol

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Take the rear wheel off the bike and see if you need new rear brake shoes, and, if you don't, move the actuator arm (part #3 below)  back a little on the splined shaft (part #8)

 

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Take the rear wheel off the bike and see if you need new rear brake shoes, and, if you don't, move the actuator arm (part #3 below)  back a little on the splined shaft (part #8)
 
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How do I know if I need new brake shoes?

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Yeah, but how do good break shoes look like and how do bad brakes look like?

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If you want to get technical, measure your brake lining thickness on the pad. The service limit is 2.0mm (0.08 in).

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If you want to get technical, measure your brake lining thickness on the pad. The service limit is 2.0mm (0.08 in).

Ok thanks bro.

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