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I need to change these out and need assistance on how to do it. Also, if it is easy to re-build the caliper instead of purchasing a new one, I would need info on doing that too.

This is for my 1996 GL1500 Goldwing.

Thank you everyone for your assistance.
 

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Rear pads

I need to change these out and need assistance on how to do it. Also, if it is easy to re-build the caliper instead of purchasing a new one, I would need info on doing that too.

This is for my 1996 GL1500 Goldwing.

Thank you everyone for your assistance.
Nothing on the bikes are hard to do but time consuming , if you have bags remove the bag on the left side , if you look at the bracket that holds the pads should be two bolts to left up the holder you will need a long screwdriver or pry bar, to do this maybe you could email me at home i dont have the book for a 1500 but i have the 1100 and the 1000 and it is not that hard to do .

[email protected] going out for a bike ride now
 

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Manyt imes a rebuild is not needed. Be sure to clean the piston before pressing it in, be sure all slider pins are clean and lubed. Of course, that is probably in the links posted above.
 
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