Replace Motorcycle Brake Calipers
If your brake pads are wearing unevenly or are wearing out more quickly than they ought to, the problem could be with your calipers. It’s possible for a caliper piston to get stuck and cause uneven performance and wear. With floating calipers, a slider can also get stuck and affect the performance of your brakes. Our service center can inspect your brake calipers for operation and, if necessary, can rebuild or replace your brake calipers.
Bleed Motorcycle Brakes Available
It’s necessary to regularly bleed your brakes to ensure there’s no air in the system. Air in the brake line or master cylinder reduces brake pressure and negatively affects your braking performance, which can be unsafe. Bleeding your brakes is a process that’s important to do correctly, not only to ensure proper brake operation but also because brake fluid can be harmful both to your hands and to the finish on your vehicle if it’s spilled. If you’ve noticed spongy or weak brake performance, bring your bike into Freedom Road Harley-Davidson for a full checkup.
Motorcycle Disc Pad Replacements
Brake pads for your motorcycle’s disc brakes are meant to last around 20,000 miles before needing replacement, but you’ll want to inspect them regularly for wear even if they don’t have that many miles on them. When it’s time to replace your brake pads, come to Freedom Road Harley-Davidson. Our techs can replace your brake pads quickly and correctly to get you back on the road. Schedule service with us today if it’s time for new brake pads.