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Hi there. I need to take the front brake system apart on my honda cbx 550 84" to replace the seals and replace the brake pads. How do I pull the cylinder housing from the brakedisc unit? Greetings from the Bassman.

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Hi,
I didn't see your specific manual but I found this site that might be of use for you:

http://motorbikemanuals.blogspot.com/search/label/Honda%20Motorcycles

I hope this helps you, bassman! Good luck...

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