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We’re all lazier than we’d like to admit. We leave our disc brake pads on too long; that is, until that ear-piercing sound of metal-on-metal finally brings us shredding back to reality. It's time for some new brake pads.
Disc brakes are amazing things—when they're working properly. But sometimes, looking down, that little nest of pistons and hydraulic hoses appears a bit daunting. The truth is swapping out brake pads is really quite simple.
Trail Doctor Dan Milner leads us through a quick, idiot-proof, pro-mechanic-level overview of what should be a 10-minute job, at tops, Milner says. "A couple of snippets of knowledge will make the job easier, and you'll never have an excuse to let your brakes get in such a bad way again. After all, on a descent your brakes are really your best friend," he continues.
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