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Remove brake shoes,components and then pump the brakes to use the brake fluid pressure to "press out" one piston of the cylinder

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5) remove the bolt in the housing (aluminium) holding the ignitionswitch, located from down without a head, needs a hammer and a chisel, can be hard to loosen.
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