Technical information and Q&A applicable to all years and models of Goldwings
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Brake caliper rebuild. Has anyone rebuilt their calipers. This might be out of my league. Any place I can send these to get rebuilt ??? Haves used ones on eBay, but a gamble of sorts.
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Look in the how-to articles I believe there is a post from Wingadmin or someone else that shows step by step how to rebuild,Its been awhile but I think there is one.----------------------------------Hal Just saw what you need look at jmal s post in the 1200 section Wingadmin has posted the link you will need.
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If you have the ability to take the bike apart and put it back together, you certainly can rebuild your calipers....and do a darn good job of it! Read to how-to on this site, and you'll do fine.
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I agree with minimac. Based on what you have done so far, a brake rebuild is certainly within your skill set. Read the how-to article and ask if any questions.
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Mate if you can rebuild a bike as someone else said this is a walk in the park the calipers will be as easy as on an 87 ,i think the main thing to look for would be scoring on the piston/S and replace the seals ,pop your pistons out with some comp air replace the seal/s done .Dont ever pay someone to do something before you have a crack at it yourself mate good luck .
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