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Do not allow brake fluid, bearing grease, lubricants, etc. to contact brake rotor or reduced braking ability will occur which could result in death or serious injury.

4. See Figure 2-64. If necessary, install brake discs in their original positions. Verify that brake disc is clean.

a. On left side of wheel, install five new bolts (2) and five new spring washers (3) to attach left brake disc. Tighten bolts to 21 -31 Nm (16-23 ft-lbs).

b. On right side of wheel, install five new bolts (2) and five new spring washers (3 to attach right brake disc. Tighten bolts to 21 -31 Nm (16-23 ft-lbs).

5. After wheel is balanced, apply a coat of LOCTITE® ANTI-SEIZE LUBRICANT to entire surface of right side bearing race.

1. Apply a light coat of LOCTITE® ANTI-SEIZE LUBRICANT to the axle.

2. See Figure 2-67. Place wheel and spacers into front fork and install axle (5). Verify that axle spacers on right and left side are properly installed.

3. Thread on the axle nut. Insert drill bit, screwdriver or steel rod through hole in axle on right side of vehicle. While holding axle stationary, tighten axle nut to 68-75 Nm (50-55 ft-lbs).

4. Insert 7/16" drill bit (4) into hole in axle (5).

5. Pull fork leg so that it just contacts the drill bit, screwdriver or steel rod and then tighten axle holder pinch bolts (3) to 16 Nm (12 ft-lbs). Ensure that gap between the axle holder (3) and the fork slider (1) is equal at front and rear of axle holder.

6. Remove drill bit, screwdriver or steel rod from axle hole.

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