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•Wh
ilc
spinn
ing
the
wheel
lightly, turn
in
the
adjust
ing
nut
and/or
turn
out the adjuster
at
the front brake lever
until the
primary shoe
just starts touching the
drum.
When
Lhe
shoe
starts
touching the
drum, light d
ragging
can
be felt or
heard.
A. Adjusting Nut
B.
Adjuster
•Spinn ing the
wheel lightly,
turn
the
connect
ing rod
counterclockwise until
the
secondary
brake shoe just
starts dragging on
the
drum,
and
Lhen
tighten the lock-
nut.
A.
Locknut
•Adjust.
the
front
brake lever.
Front Brake
Lever
•Loosen the
knu rled locknut at Lhe
fron
t
brake
lever,
turn
the adjuster fully
in,
and
tighten
the locknut.
A. Knurled
Locknut
B.
Adjuster
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•Turn
the adjusting
nut
on the
lower
end
o
t
the front
brake
cable
so that the
brake lever wi
ll
have 4 -
5
rnm
of play as
shown
in
the
figure.
A. 4-5
mm
B. Adjusting
Nut
If sufficient
adjustment cannot be made
with the
ad-
justing
nut
at the lower
end
of
the brake cable, com-
plete
the adjustment with
the
adjuster at the
brake
lever,
and then
tighten
the
locknut.
• Check for
brake
drag.
•Operate the
lever
a few
times to see
that
it returns
to
its rest position immediately upon
release.
For minor corrections, use the adjuster at
the front
brake
lever.
Rear Brake
Brake Pedal
Position
•When
the
brake
pedal
is
in
its
rest
position, it should
be O - 30
mm
lower
than the top
of the footpeg.
If
it is
too
high, turn out the adjusting
nut at the
end of
the brake
rod
to give
the
brake
pedal
plenty of
play.
If it
is
too low,
go to the next step.
A.
Adjusting Bolt
C.
Footpeg
B.
Locknut
D.
0-30
mm
Loosen
the locknut, turn
the adjusting bolt to
obtain
the correct pedal
position, and tighten
the locknut.
• Check
the
brake
pedal
travel.
•Check
the rear
brake
light
switch operation.

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