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Sir Alan of Ingol
sespit of the north,
United Kingdom

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01 Sep 2017 00:10
pump brake up , and leave overnight with cable tie on , it works!if there is air in the system ,

NOTE: I have owned bikes that have an adjuster to take out slack between m/cyl piston and lever

is it excessive travel before touching piston , or air in the system? if you suspect that there is a gap between piston in m/cyl and brake arm try packing with feeler blade and test

edit: the adjuster was on the adventurer / thunderbird t300 bike from memory
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