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fr/rr Brakes - Pegs Arrrrrggg!!!!

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I bought a used Crf230 and noticed this Jerry Rig brake fix.

How hard is it to fix this, I know i will need the new part (name?), anybody know how hard it is to install......I will also be going on an easy run this weekend to test out the bike.....Should i be worried about the rear brake?

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Also, Ive noticed some rear brake levers either level with the foot peg or below the foot peg.....is my position OK?

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Ok 2nd to last question: When i spin my front wheel, im getting a tiny bit of friction on the fr brake rotor......is that normal????

Last Question: One of my pegs doesnt "spring" anymore.....so should i just get an OE replacement or aftermarket....any aftermarket suggestions?

For sh*ts and giggles (dont mind the messy garage)

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JOINT B, BRAKE ARM 43454-KPS-900 $0.92

See motosport.com

OEM parts, Honda, year, model, etc

Look for "pedal" page, part #4.

Try this link:

motosport CR230F pedal page

PS You can ride with the crude "fix" just fine. Just make sure the rod doesn't pull through the brake arm. If it does, you won't have a back brake; use the front brake more 👍

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^^^^Thanks for the help man!!!!!!! I appeciate it....Am i missing anyother parts? part #16???

Any answers for the fr brake rotors? or pegs?

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the friction in the front is normal... u can maybe wipe the rotors down with a rag.. just to clean off the dirt.. but ull ALWAYS have rubbing there...u can probably buy replacement springs... is the spring gone?? cuz it might have slipped off its point of contact on the peg, thus taking away the "springy' action

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marnes2986,

I got your part for you bud. PM me with your address and I will mail it to you. When you get the part installed it will allow you to adjust the pedal height to suit you.

SacTown Old Dude

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Thanks SacTown, thats nice of you......but i already ordered the parts from my local dealer....i apreciated the help though 👍

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