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Hello all again, having finally removed rusted screws on my front brake master cylinder cover i believe that the fluid has not been changed since 1997, it looks dreadful, and, will have to pump a lot of fluid through the system to clean it out, I would suspect the rear brake will be the same.

My silly question is...where is the rear brake master cylinder???? Also do you all on the forum use the standard Dot 4 fluid ????

Any help is always appreciated  Thanks.  blankstare



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DOT 4 for me!



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Got it thanks, removed a cover and followed a pipe to the other side of the bike for the fluid reservoir. on me way to get the dot 4 THANK YOU

 



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Be especially careful not to let air into the front system - it can be a right sod to bleed out again!
DOT4 for me too

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thank you


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