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Now on to the calipers.



Remove the cable retaining nut.



Using an awl, hold the retainer and remove the nut. This one was a 7mm. A word of caution here, I lay out the parts as I removed them so I can put them back in order. Do something that will let you know how to put it back together correctly.







Next we remove the center pivot nut. A 14mm cone wrench was useful here.



Spin off the nuts...



...and remove the center bearing washer.



Pop off the main spring...



...and remove the center assembly.



To be continued...
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