Clutch slave cylinder


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walker70
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Clutch slave cylinder

Postby walker70 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 3:15 am



There may be an article on here already about this but I am going to rebuild my slave cylinder on my Goldwing,it looks straight forward enough and the reason for doing it is because the other day I pulled my clutch lever in and it was just all kinds of sloppy,I had rebuilt the master cylinder and bled the system so it may have had an air bubble or something but did not think about rebuilding the slave cylinder til it got jiggy,was just curious if there is a how to article here. :lol:



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Re: Clutch slave cylinder

Postby Rednaxs60 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 9:29 am

The clutch slave is simple to rebuild. Disconnect from engine, careful when remoing to leave the clutch lifter rod in place. Disconnect the hydraulic line. You replace an oil seal, spring and piston cup. Also look at the clutch lever bushing. This item wears over time and can affect clutch operation.

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walker70
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Re: Clutch slave cylinder

Postby walker70 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 3:28 am

You were right, it was a simple thing to rebuild,already have it back on the bike.


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