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202 SUPPLEMENT-1980 22508
A. Return
Spring
B. Hole
REAR WHEEL, BRAKE
Removal:
• Raise the rear
wheel
off the ground.
Remove the drive chain
from
the
rear sprocket as
explained in
drive
chain
removal (Pg
97). The
engine
sprocket
cover does not require removal.
• Remove the clip,
nut, lockwasher, and
bolt
at the rear
end of the torque link.
A. Torque Link
C. Clip
E. Rod
B.
Nut
D. Adjusting Nut
Pull off the cotter
pin,
loosen the axle nut, and un·
screw the adjusting nut from
the brake
rod.
~
-.,.
A.
Axle
Nut
B. Cotter Pin
Pull the rear wheel toward the
rear
together with the
wheel
coupling and brake panel with the axle
inserted
through
them.
Remove the
rod
joint and
spring
off the cam
lever
and
rod.
Installation:
• Apply a
little grease to the inside surface
of
the hole in
the
coupling
where the rear hub fits.
Check to see
that the coup!
i ng rubber damper
:JJ
is
fitted in the rear
hub.
• I ntert the axle from the right side
through
the right
chain
adjuster,
spacer
n
)
brake
panel
n
)
coupling
sleeve
(9'
, coup
li
ng collar
:{,
and left chain adjuster.
Instal
l
the axle
nut on the
axle
a
few
turns.
•Slip the rear
wheel
into
the
end of
the
swing arm.
• Fit the drive chain onto the rear
sprocket
and install
the drive
chain
master
link
and clip.
The
direction
of
the master
link clip should
be as
shown
in Fig. G 25 .
Fit
the
brake rod
joint to
the cam
lever.
Instal
l
the spring
on
the
end of the brake
rod,
fit the
rod
through the
joint,
and
screw on
the
adjusting nut.
• Insert
the
torque
link bolt into
the brake panel, and
instal
l
the torque link, lockwasher, and
nut finger
tight.
•Adjust
the drive chain
(Pg. 24).
• Adjust the rear
brake
(Pg.189).
Check
the
rear
brake
light switch and adjust
if
nec-
essary
(Pg.
26)
.
Rear Brake Disassembly:
I
WARNING
Brake
linings contain asbestos fiber.
',
·
- - - - • - Inhalation of asbestos may .cause serious
scarring of
the lungs
and may
promote other
internal
injury and illness, including cancer. Observe
the
follow·
ing precautions when hadling brake linings:
1. Never blow brake linings dust with compressed air.
2. If any components are to be cleaned,
wash with
detergent,
then
immediately discard
the
cleaning solu·
tion
and
wash
your hands.
3. Do not grind any brake lining material unless a
ventilation hood
is
available and properly used.
• Remove the brake
panel
·U
from the
wheel.
Using
a
clean
cloth
around the
linings
to prevent grease
or
oil
from getting
on them,
remove
the
brake shoes
(
t
,
by pulling up on
the
center of
the linings.
A. Brake Shoe
B. Spring

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