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Reverb hose
#11
pittgoat Wrote:
Treehugger Wrote:Yes, you must Wink I'm not likely to be up you're way for a while, have to stay local till after Les Arcs.

I'm sure it'll be worth the sacrifice!
Oh yes, i can't wait
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#12
The hose was easy to cut and fit. Suspect I will need to rebleed as its a bit slow to respond now but even so I'm calling it an 80% successful operation Smile
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#13
pittgoat Wrote:The hose was easy to cut and fit. Suspect I will need to rebleed as its a bit slow to respond now but even so I'm calling it an 80% successful operation Smile
Nice one. Yeah it'll need bleeding. It's ok to remove the remote and reconnect without bleeding, but new hose has no fluid in it, i'm surprised it works at all without bleeding. It's easy to do, just make sure the post head is above the lever and transfer the fluid between syringes. Easy peasy, even for me lol.
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#14
Ha, yes I did bleed it but didn't do a very good job
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