Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: Eastern most Iowa
You need to remove the cable from the parking brake lever on the caliper, remove the lever, spin the splines on the caliper, until the caliper piston floats out and applies some pressure to the pads and rotor, back it off until it frees up then put the lever back on and install the cable... Its easy. But like I stated above, download the manual and use it, just in case there is a model change. These parking brakes are real pussies even when they are adjusted. There's not much pad or rotor surface to hold them on a steep incline.
'09 650XT H1, 72" Eagle Plow, Warn 3500 Winch. Dyna CDI box, UNI filters, A/C V-bag and console, EPI lift kit, Highlifter springs, Scat ProCar suspension seats. Rick the Rockets A frame and shock bushings. 28x12X14 Raceline Bruisers on Vision rims, on all corners. Cowling heat vents. Factory heat and defrost. RD's custom alternator kit. XTZ hood scoop and front shocks. Monster shock covers, turn signals. OEM glass sport windshield, sliding rear window, and hardtop.