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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-03-2015, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2008 650 and I know I need to do the brakes on it, I've been putting it off all summer and now once winter comes I'll be using the prowler a lot more plowing.
I'm trying to find a rear brake disc for it. Everywhere I'm looking saying the disc is just for the front for 2008 and front and back for 2009-up.
So could someone point me in the right direction for a rear disc.
And how hard of a job is it on these? I've never done ATV/UTV brakes, a lot of car/trucks but never any of these.
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Did change my brakes this spring. The front and rear is NOT the same. I bought a set og EBC aftermarked brakedisc on the the front, and ended up with an OEM rotor for rear for the same reason as you (hard to find aftermarked). I ordered it at gearhead.com becouse they ship to Norway. There are also several other stores on net which offers OEM parts.
The front is easy. The rear isnt that bad either. Just make sure to release the parking brake when doing it (wich I forgott at first..).

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Looked up the part number for your rear disc. , and where it is used. From the parts manual a newer rear disc will fit your machine. The number I looked up is 1402-710. According to the Arctic Cat Store parts look up, they used the same rear disc throughout the years on 650/700 XT's, XTX's, and HDX's.

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Did change my brakes this spring. The front and rear is NOT the same. I bought a set og EBC aftermarked brakedisc on the the front, and ended up with an OEM rotor for rear for the same reason as you (hard to find aftermarked). I ordered it at gearhead.com becouse they ship to Norway. There are also several other stores on net which offers OEM parts.
The front is easy. The rear isnt that bad either. Just make sure to release the parking brake when doing it (wich I forgott at first..).
EBC makes a good product. Been running their severe duty pads on my Eiger for years and they really hold up to mud.

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Keep hearing good things about EBC products! I'm still using my factory brake pads, they are holding up great, and the noise has been minimal!

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I ordered my parts last week still waiting on everything to come in. Anyone have a writeup on how to do the rear?
I looked at the front and it looks to be the same or very similar to a car or truck, just smaller scale. But I don't know where to start with the rear.
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I ordered my parts last week still waiting on everything to come in. Anyone have a writeup on how to do the rear?
I looked at the front and it looks to be the same or very similar to a car or truck, just smaller scale. But I don't know where to start with the rear.
Do you have a repair manual? You can download a free pdf copy here: "K&T Parts House Lawn Mower Parts and Chain Saw & Trimmer Parts"
The pad install on the rear is about the same but you may need to adjust the park brake.

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I looked though the manual, what about replacing rear rotor? Maybe it's in there, I just didn't see it
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Remove the parking brake caliper, drop the drive shaft, and the rotor is bolted to the flange. Pretty straight forward at that point. I didn't find much in the manual either!

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Remove the parking brake caliper, drop the drive shaft, and the rotor is bolted to the flange. Pretty straight forward at that point. I didn't find much in the manual either!
The Torx head bolts on the rotor flange can be tricky,and round out easy.

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