I have a 90 Indy Trail. In the last couple of weekends while riding it I have noticed it takes a lot more effort to stop. I can't even lock up the track anymore. The pads do not appear to be worn out. What next?
bleed the brakes you may have air bubbles in there and when you pull the lever the piston can only pump so much fluid and the buble can compress more then what the piston can pump and you lose braking power
Matts prob got it, do that 1st.
If that's not it make sure res is full, and that the shoe is moving OK and not binding at all.
It might need new seals, if they are original, then a rebuild kit might be in order.
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