Replacing front disc brakes - easy or hard?
I've got my box of parts sitting here next to my desk and my GOD don't they weigh a ton. Inside I've got new discs, new pads and new bearings. Tonight, Mr Hamfistedness himself (me) will be fitting said parts to a ZH Fairlane.
I've got my Bible at home; you know, the "take your XA-XC (and ZHs too!) to bits" book, but it's not here with me at work so I can't prepare and avoid work this morning. I've read it 100 times, especially the part dealing with replacing front discs.
So I ask - is it difficult? I've never done it before, you see. I've been looking at the disc themselves, and as they're the "hub" type, there are 5 studs (for the wheel nuts, I presume) and a hole in the middle of the hub. What needs to be removed from the middle, then? A clip? Do I need to replace the bearings as well?
If anyone can offer me any advice before I go home tonight, I would very much appreciate it.