Question about 1990 Yamaha XJ 900 F
I took pistons out by compressed air. I have a small air compressor and I fitted a air hose pipe of the compressor to the brake fluid connection hole. It was necessary to "seal" the connection to push rags around the "fitting".
Lock one of the pistons in caliber with some kind of pressing tool. Other piston jumps out. Then clean the piston and replace seals. Then push it back in the caliber and lock it with pressing tool. Now it is others piston's turn to jump out.
I'am from finland and english is not my morher tongue, so I hope you despite all understood what I tried to say.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Not sure what you mean by OUT, but you can use the brake to make them come out, or you can you a U clamp to squeese them in. Make sure that you remove the calliper first.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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