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Rear brake caliper part fell out.

Attached piece fell out while taking out old pads. Can’t figure out where it goes.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Sep 17th, 2019, 5:32 pm
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Attached piece fell out while taking out old pads. Can’t figure out where it goes.
It goes inside the caliper on top of the pad. It prevents pad chatter. Its held in by the Brake pad pin.. Google "K1200S Caliper Diagram" and you will see where it goes.

The 5th picture down you can see it on the right side between the pads

https://beniciart-gt.smugmug.com/Mot...ar-Brakes-How/

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Thanks Douglas. I think I see it. Not to be a smart a#% but this piece goes in BEFORE the pads rotate in on the pin?
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Thanks Douglas. I think I see it. Not to be a smart a#% but this piece goes in BEFORE the pads rotate in on the pin?
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