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Advice on bleading the rear and the front break do I do this the same way as the right frontbreak

Iv taken the plastics of my scooter and found another breake fluid container behind the radiator is that anything to do with bleeding the left front ??

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Both front and rear brakes have identical style bleeder valves, and each corresponds to one of the fluid reservoirs on the handlebars. Both are bled the same way. Hope that helps.

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SOURCE: can any1 help is it right my rear break lever on my hyasung ms3 125 also works my front left break

yes this is very common for dual front brakes. The thought behind this is that you will get a 60/40 split in your braking from back to front to maintain control in a braking situation.the hand brake gives you additional stopping power in a panic situations.happy riding

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