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This is a discussion on Rear brakes within the X2/X4 Transmission & Drivetrain forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Thanks to all for the excellent info. At 176 miles and 24 hours I did mine. After two creek rides with sandy soil and mud ...

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    Thanks to all for the excellent info. At 176 miles and 24 hours I did mine. After two creek rides with sandy soil and mud I noticed it wasn’t easy to push the machine out of the garage anymore.

    The pads all looked ok but both front and rear were dry as a bone. After removing the pads I used Permatex Ceramic Extreme brake parts lubricant in the boots being careful not to overfill them. Huge difference in movement after. I put a thin coat on the pins that hold the pads, and some on their threads. Then used anti seize on the caliper mounting bolts.

    I agree that once it’s done the first time it will be easy the next.
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    2019 Wolverine X2 R-Spec bought new 8/9/2019

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    After it was back together it was once again easy to push in and out of the garage. So I think that’s a good way to tell when it’s due for maintenance.
    2019 Wolverine X2 R-Spec bought new 8/9/2019

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