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Periodic Maintenance Procedures
Before removing the cam lever [A], mark the position [B]
of the cam lever.
Remove the brake cam lever bolt [C] and nut [D], and then
pull out the brake cam lever from the brake camshaft.
Mount the cam lever at a new position so that the cam
lever has a proper angle when the brake is fully applied.
Brake Cam Lever Angle
80 ∼ 90°
Standard:
Tighten the brake cam lever bolt and nut.
Install the removed parts (see appropriate chapters).
Adjust the brake lever free play (see Brake Lever Free
Play Adjustment).
Rear Brake Cam Lever Angle:
Do not depress the brake pedal deeply in order to
separate the brake rod from the brake cam lever
joint, this may extend the brake spring beyond its
allowable spring extension.
Rotate the rear brake panel clockwise as far as it
will go with the brake rod inserted into the brake
cam lever joint, then depress the brake pedal lightly,
the brake rod will be separated from the brake cam
lever joint.
Remove the brake rod end [A] from the brake cam lever
[B] (see Rear Wheel Removal in the Wheels/Tires chap-
ter).
Before removing the cam lever, mark the position [C] of
the cam lever.
Remove the brake cam lever bolt [D] and nut [E], and then
pull out the brake cam lever from the brake camshaft.
Mount the cam lever at a new position so that the cam
lever has a proper angle when the brake is fully applied.
Brake Cam Lever Angle
80 ∼ 90°
Standard:
Tighten the brake cam lever bolt and nut.
Torque - Brake Cam Lever Bolt: 7.0 N·m (0.71 kgf·m, 62
in·lb)
When remounting the cam lever, be sure that the
position of the wear indicator on the serrated shaft
is not altered.
A change in cam lever angle is
caused by wear of internal brake parts. Whenever
the cam lever angle is adjusted, also check for
drag and proper operation, taking particular note
of the brake lining wear indicator position. In case
of doubt as to braking effectiveness, disassemble
and inspect all internal brake parts. Worn parts can
result in the brake locking or failing.
Install the removed parts (see appropriate chapters).
Adjust the brake pedal free play (see Brake Pedal Free
Play Adjustment).
NOTICE
WARNING
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE 2-31

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