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What type of brake fluid should I use on a 1985 900 Kawasaki Eliminator

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SOURCE: oil

I used Castrol 10w 40 , I think its whats recommended in the owners manual.

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Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Eliminator brake system

Also, it is common for front brake caliper pistons to freeze up after sitting. They need to be removed, cleaned up and re-installed. I made a fitting to thread into where the brake hose goes on with a grease fitting on it, and pumped it open. Or you can have it rebuilt by a garage.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2001 kawasaki 125 eliminator shuts off

If it dies when put into gear then its the side-stand switch (stand is down or switch not working)
If it dies when the clutch lever is released then either it was released too quickly with not enough revs, the engine doesnt have enough power to pull away or possibly the clutch switch is working in reverse

Good Luck
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Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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SOURCE: looking for brake and clutch master cylinders for

Bridges motorcycles and parts, Washington Georgia
call em at 706-678-7769, ask for Tom or Terry. These guys sell me all my bike parts.

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

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Looking for brake and clutch master cylinders for my 1985 kawasaki eliminator does anybody know where i can purchase these parts

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call em at 706-678-7769, ask for Tom or Terry. These guys sell me all my bike parts.
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Eliminator brake system

Also, it is common for front brake caliper pistons to freeze up after sitting. They need to be removed, cleaned up and re-installed. I made a fitting to thread into where the brake hose goes on with a grease fitting on it, and pumped it open. Or you can have it rebuilt by a garage.
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Squeaking sound from the front tire

It's sounds like the brakes, Someone might have used the front brake really hard. try spraying the front caliper with a water hose to wash the brake dust from between the pads and the rotor. If that don't work pull the caliper off and see if the pads are glazed over. If they are you can take some fine sand paper and rough them up a little bit.
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Winter storage

If your brake fluid is in need of changing, do so before long-term storage. Similarly, hydraulic clutch fluid should be changed before you store your bike; both systems may suffer failure if moisture gets in. Also make sure your coolant is fresh, as deposits can form from old fluid. For service intervals, consult your owner's manual.
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Squeaking sound from the front tire

It's sounds like the brakes, Someone might have used the front brake really hard. try spraying the front caliper with a water hose to wash the brake dust from between the pads and the rotor. If that don't work pull the caliper off and see if the pads are glazed over. If they are you can take some fine sand paper and rough them up a little bit.
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Squeaking sound from the front tire

It's sounds like the brakes, Someone might have used the front brake really hard. try spraying the front caliper with a water hose to wash the brake dust from between the pads and the rotor. If that don't work pull the caliper off and see if the pads are glazed over. If they are you can take some fine sand paper and rough them up a little bit.
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