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Redstripe Jun 30, 2017

  1. R. J.

    R. J. Well-Known Member

    :hello: I also had a hard time bleeding my new Galfer SS clutch line. It took longer to do than it did rebuilding my 3 calibers, clutch slave cyn & installing all 3 sets of brake pads. Even my friend Wayne had the new rear tire mounted, blanced & installed back on the bike before I was done. :laughing7:. After all that I ordered a air pressure bleeding kit. :laughing7:. Go here to see what brand of bleeder kit that I bought. See post #32. http://www.zl-oa.com/community/threads/new-tools.21781/page-2 Also go here to see the rebuiling of my ZL 10 brake & clutch systems. http://www.zl-oa.com/community/threads/zl-1000-brake-project.21341/
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2017
  2. Redstripe

    Redstripe New Member

    :icon_salut:, good info in the brake rebuild thanks. I remember on of my brothers friends had one of those brake bleeders, this was back when i was 15, i thought it was the coolest thing......prob time i get one LOL
  3. Redstripe

    Redstripe New Member

    Still having issues with the clutch, i think i need to do the master as well. I've bled and bled and no air, it still won't hold the slave out for more then 10-15 sec before it starts to creep
  4. 87kawzl

    87kawzl Well-Known Member

    My success with the clutch bleeding came from a dab of grease around the bleeder and some silicone air line from my fish tank supplies running from the bleeder and into the reservoir. The loop like that works similar to your power bleeder. Try tapping the line when bleeding as well.
    kvalheim likes this.

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