Question about 2001 Sachs Roadster 125 V2
We noticed a small puddle on the ground under my front wheel. Took the bike to Treasure Coast they fixed it said it was the front brake calliper leaking and it was a warranty issue. Today I see the back brake is now leaking and it is bad....the back brake is basically non-existent, the housing on the rear tire (there may be a name for it but I'm not very knowledgable, sorry) is very loose, the fluid has leaked out all over the rear wheel. Has anyone else had this? Is this the calliper also? (Don't know what a calliper is). Can we just re-tighten it here or replace something? Do I need to take it back to the dealership? Obviously I want to be sure the brakes are working properly, I just don't understand why both the front and now the back brake are leaking, maybe it's not related but sure is concerning (and frustrating). Thanks for your help,Take it back to the dealership. There is nothing to be tightened. The seals need to be replaced and TC Ridley can do it.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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