slave master cylinder rebuild


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made2care
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slave master cylinder rebuild

Postby made2care » Sun Apr 19, 2015 11:59 am



can this be done without removing the engine? looks a little tight in there. 87 gl1200 interstate
Damn it, should have done it when the bike was stripped down, but didnt even know what a slave cylinder was back then.
Also, its not leaking, so should i just leave it alone??



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Re: slave master cylinder rebuild

Postby RoadRogue » Sun Apr 19, 2015 12:48 pm

Why do you want to fix something that isnt broken? 8-)
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Yamaha virago- sold
Honda VTX 1300- sold
Honda shadow Aero 1100- sold
1987 Honda Goldwing interstate "Sleeping Beauty"- sold
02 kawasaki vulcan 1500 drifter - sold
1997 Honda goldwing SE 1500 - AKA "Black Beard" (current)
1981 GL1100 - "The Wanderer"

Re: slave master cylinder rebuild

Postby made2care » Sun Apr 19, 2015 1:27 pm

Other members have made suggestions to doing this, since my clutch lever goes soft after the bike heats up. Simply process of elimination. I've bled lines, rebuilt master cylinder, next would be slave and then new lines or visa versa.

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Re: slave master cylinder rebuild

Postby oldishwinger » Sun Apr 19, 2015 6:06 pm

slave cyclinder can be removed without moving engine, it is tight and fiddly but doable.




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