Honda Rancher 350 Front Brake Cylinder Rebuild |

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Follow along as John shows you how to replace the brake cylinder on a Honda ATV. He’s using a complete brake cylinder assembly to rebuild the brakes on our 2003 Honda Rancher 350, so he’ll start by disassembling the wheel and removing the brake drum. Then John will show you how to remove the brake shoes and then take off the old brake cylinders. Then, he’ll install the new Honda brake cylinder assemblies and use a sealant to protect the inside of the brake drum.

When you finish the job, be sure to bleed the brakes on your Honda Rancher. Here’s how:

Read how to do this step by step:

Disassembling the hub – 1:20
Removing the brake shoes – 2:40
Removing the old brake cylinders – 3:05
Installing the new brake cylinders – 5:05
Reinstalling the brake shoes – 7:55
Reassembling the hub – 8:24

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In the video we’re working with a 2003 Honda Rancher TRX350TM, but you will have similar steps for your Honda ATV. If you’re not sure whether these steps apply to your machine, leave a comment and we’ll get back to you.


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Comment (7)

  1. Hey john , I have done this same process and even changed out the break cylinder and on my right side one of the wheel cylinders still doesn’t engage when I press the breaks . I have bled them with my pump and can’t figure out why it won’t engage. Do you think it’s something to do with the hard line running break fluid to that wheel cylinder . (Note: that sand wheel cylinder didn’t work before I replaced them all the others functioned .

  2. Can you tell me how to fix a code 3 on a 2010 Polaris sportsman and I've tried the voltage regulator and put the throttle cable to it's position and I will run a few minutes and and as soon as it warms up and you give it gas it starts acting like it has a rev limiter at about 2500 rpm it just started doing it


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