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i need to bleed my front brake on my 125 motorbike, anybody in the cheshire area can do it proper for me??? cheers
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
i need to bleed my front brake on my 125 motorbike, anybody in the cheshire area can do it proper for me??? cheers
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
can anyone help?? :'(
#2
It is pretty easy to do if you can get a one way vale bleeder,You can even make one,If you get a piece of pipe about a foot long that fits snug on your bleed valve,Then in the other end screw in a bolt to seal that end,Then about an inch from the end make a cut with a sharp modelling knife or razor blade about ten mm long,This will let fluid out but stop it returning ,Drop this end in a bottle and fit the other end to the bleed vale,Turn the bleed valve about a quarter turn and pump the lever making sure you keep it topped upwith fluid,
#3
Yeah, have a go yourself first. It really is easy & you don't need many tools, just a small bottle of brake fluid & give it a go.

Think of the sense of achievement once you've done it + this is the best way to learn :thumbsup:
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tonyg1962
It is pretty easy to do if you can get a one way vale bleeder,You can even make one,If you get a piece of pipe about a foot long that fits snug on your bleed valve,Then in the other end screw in a bolt to seal that end,Then about an inch from the end make a cut with a sharp modelling knife or razor blade about ten mm long,This will let fluid out but stop it returning ,Drop this end in a bottle and fit the other end to the bleed vale,Turn the bleed valve about a quarter turn and pump the lever making sure you keep it topped upwith fluid,


BeeKeeper
Yeah, have a go yourself first. It really is easy & you don't need many tools, just a small bottle of brake fluid & give it a go.

Think of the sense of achievement once you've done it + this is the best way to learn :thumbsup:



cheers for help guys but dont wanna cock it up - dont fancy messing around with my brakes and getting it wrong :/

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