changing rear brake pads 2004 ltz400

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ive put the new pads in but cant get them to go back on rotor because of the mounting bracket...i can compress the bracket in with a c clap,, but it comes out again when i remove clap.... there is still a allen bolt in the calibur that looks like it is connected to the bracket still... am i supposed to take the bolt out also, is that why the bracket will not stay compressed so it will fit on the rotor? i have tried to remove that bolt but it is extremly tight....

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Is there an adjustment for the rear brakes? Make sure it's all the way backed out.

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sounds like the parking brake adjustment needs to be backed off so the caliper piston can be pushed back into it's bore

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