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Old 06-28-2005, 05:19 PM
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GMA Brake Pad Replacement

I ordered new SBS pads for my GMA calipers. They are held in by what looks like 2 pins (instead of threaded bolts like they should be!!!). The new pads didn't come with new pins. Anyone dealt with replacing these?
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Hey damnbiker! Did you ever figure out the pins?? I'm in the same boat.
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I ordered new SBS pads for my GMA caliper. Can I take the caliper apart without pulling the pins. Not sure really what to expect. Please help.
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