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Old 06-20-2011   #1
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Hi everyone,

I noticed yesterday that my caliper dust boot are ripped. is it hard to replace them?
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Super easy. Just remove the bolts and the boots just slide out. You'll need #1: http://www.bkhondaparts.com/billkay/...itch=&hidIrno=
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You mean the bolts that hold the caliper in place? Also do I have to bleed all the brakes or just the ones i am changing?

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-Yes the caliper bolts. #1 is the caliper rebuild kit. Is there another dust boot and I'm having a brain fart?

-You should only have to bleed the brakes you change.
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lol cool thanks man.
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