2000 Arctic Cat ATV Factory Service Manual, Page 45Get this manual

2000 Arctic Cat ATV Factory Service Manual, Page 45

2Remove the right rear wheel and account for the cap screws3Loosen the rear cable adjuster jam nuts; then remove the cap
of either brake pad is less than 3.2 mm (0.125 in, the brake pads must be replacedNOTE: The brake pads should be replaced
as setInstalling Coolant (400500 cc) 1Place the brake pads into the caliperNOTE: The metal backing of the pad will be facing
the adjuster arms when installed properly 2Slide brake caliper assembly over the brake disc and into position; then secure
the caliper with the cap screws (coated with blue Loctite #243) tightened to 2.8 kg-m (20 ft-lb)3Install the wheel and secure
with the cap screws tightened to 6.9 kg-m (50 ft-lb)4Adjust the brake (see Adjusting in this sub-section)5Remove the ATV
from the support standNOTE: Whenever installing new pads, the new pads must be burnished (see Burnishing Brake Pads in this
section) The ATV is equipped with liquid cooling system for engine coolingThe cooling system capacity is approximately 2.9
(3 U.Sqt)The cooling system should be inspected daily for leakage and damageAlso, the coolant level should be checked periodicallyWhen