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TStanb
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bleeding rear brakes

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Hi,
My trials special utilises MM rear brakes and I'm currently fitting the brakeline system.
Have I gone mad or am I right in thinking there is no bleed nipple on the rear brakes?
How will I be able to expel the air when everything is finally connected?
I suspect there is a glaring issue I have missed but...?
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Re: bleeding rear brakes

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It's OK, I've looked on the internet....please correct me if I'm wrong but I need (on each side) a brass banjo and a banjo bolt to fit onto each of the rear slave cyls
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Re: bleeding rear brakes

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Correct, each of the rear brakes require a Banjo Bolt to allow the bleed nipple to be fitted.
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Re: bleeding rear brakes

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Any pics?
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Re: bleeding rear brakes

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You need items No: 63, 64, 65, 66 & 67 in the link below:-
https://www.moss-europe.co.uk/shop-by-m ... 51-71.html

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