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REAR BRAKE WONT BLEED

I REPLACED THE REAR BRAKE LINE AND NOW THE SYSTEM WONT BLEED OUT THE AIR? IS THERE A TRICK TO THIS?

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Hi mgrant,

these links may help you out.

im a member of thumpertalk as well as advriders.com. issues like such are common but still solutions are dependent to the current behavior and status of your brakes.

http://mysite.verizon.net/avinh/motorcycles/wr250f/changing_brake_fluids.html

http://www.brakebleeder.com/

If you did not find the links helpful, please do not hesitate to post a question in the community forums.

regards,

voodoo

ps. happy trails

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