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Seals perished on hydrolic magura race line brakes ?

Is it possible to replace and if so where can i get them?

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Got that one in one , i use a website in northern ireland called Chainreactioncycles and they carry Magura brakes complete and parts, i know its an online shop but i buy everything from them and the bargains are fantastic and shipping minimal

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Is vitamol v10 the same spec as magura blue blood

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Never use DOT-3 or DOT-4 based fluid in a system equipped for Magura's Blue Blood or Vitamol V10 mineral oil. Using DOT-3/DOT-4 fluids will likely cause seals to fail in your clutch or brake cylinders.

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How do i change front wheel bearings

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      Jack up the car. Use jack stands if possible, or blocks if not.

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      Remove tires on the front. Remove brakes.

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        Take out the grease cap (the center).

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        Pull out Cotter Pin. Take nut out.

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        Using the new bearings, replace the old ones, tapping them into place. It doesn't matter which one you install first.

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        Re-install the rotors into car; put brakes back on; replace tires; You're ready to go!

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    How do you bleed a Magura Marta hydrolic disc brakes

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    Brake hydrolic pressure loss.

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    Replacing brakes and resurfacing rotors

    Front rotors on a 2 wheel drive means you have to take out bearings and all, it is recomended that you replace the bearings and races because they will have to be removed to turn the rotors might add 30 bucks to the total , you should check around because some rotors are cheap enough to replace instead of turning them. You can re-use the bearings as long as you are careful not to damage the races
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