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    1982 Yamaha QT50 Yamahopper Scooter Brake Shoes

    1982 Yamaha QT50 Yamahopper
    Tire Size:
    Front: 2.00-14, Rear: 2.25-14
    Spark Plug:
    BP4HS
    Battery:
    6N4-2A-5
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    EBC Brake Shoes Replacement brake shoes from EBC Maximum performance and durability**Notes: Fits BMW R80 up to 09/80 04-09 Yamaha Vino 125 fits rear only SYM Symba fits front only Kawasaki Mule 610 2

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    BMW R100GS

    I've put 5,000 miles on this new rotor so far and it is performing great. Seems to be wearing appropriately. No complaints here.

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    EBC Rear Rotor

    This took all the noise away from my rear rotor on my BMW K1200LT. A vise is a must to get the ABS ring off your old rotor. Great product.

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    EBC pads

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    Braking standard BMW air head rotor

    I bought the Braking standard rotors due to their excellent price and name brand. The new rotor is installed by grinding off the rivets and bolting the rotor to the carrier with the supplied bolts and washers. Unfortunately, a couple of bolts and washers were missing from one package and the supplied washers scraped against the bottom of the caliper. But that was easily corrected with a trip to the hardware store and all is well now. The bike is braking much better than before.

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