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    Clutch seal replacement

    Hi everyone. Im losing fluid in my clutch master cylinder so I've got a new set of seals for the slave cylinder. I've never done this before so could anybody give me a quick run down how to do it. Many thanks 😊

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    Re: Clutch seal replacement

    Quote Originally Posted by Arbie View Post
    Hi everyone. Im losing fluid in my clutch master cylinder so I've got a new set of seals for the slave cylinder. I've never done this before so could anybody give me a quick run down how to do it. Many thanks 😊
    Take it off the bike. Blow some compressed air in to pop out piston.
    Clean piston and and housing with fine steel wool to remove varnish.
    Wipe down with dot 4 fluid, re-install and bleed.

    Clean the old chain lube from housing and push rod while there.
    Just did this the other week.

    STex
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    Thanks....so do I take off the sprocket casing or just unbolt the clutch part ?

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    Re: Clutch seal replacement

    Quote Originally Posted by Arbie View Post
    Thanks....so do I take off the sprocket casing or just unbolt the clutch part ?
    I would take the casing off so you can clean the chain grease off pushrod and housing.

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    Great.. . thanks buddy


 

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