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07-12-2008 07:36 AM
CBXJOHN I just did mine, piece of cake. Open bleeder, fill reservoir, (put a tube on the bleeder into a pail) let the fluid flow down from gravity first. when you seefluid coming through steadily, close bleeder. Pull in clutch handle, release bleeder slightly, so the clutch springs force the fluid out, then quickly close the bleeder.
I flushed my brake and clutch fluid, because it was old and coffee colored. This is a maintenance thing I do on all my bikes, every 2 years.


John
06-15-2008 04:41 PM
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Bleeding the Clutch

Hey i was wondering if anybody has had a problem bleeding the clutch. I cant get any pressure to build up. I've check the bleeder valve and it's not leaking and checked the resavor and it's good also. so does anybody have any suggestions. Thanks

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