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RE: no fork travel on clutch

To: "Paul Hunt" <>,
Subject: RE: no fork travel on clutch
From: "Larry Hoy" <>
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 1999 11:32:20 -0700
I have to agree with PaulH here.  I think the
Ezi-bleed is worthless on the brake master
cylinder (the one with the large lid).  I can't
ever get it to seal correctly.  But for the clutch
it is the only way to go.

Larry Hoy

> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> []On
> Behalf Of Paul Hunt
> Sent: Sunday, November 07, 1999 9:03 AM
> To: Enrique Claure; MGS Digest
> Subject: Re: no fork travel on clutch
> With all the wailing and gnashing of
> teeth over clutch bleeding I decided on
> an alternative approach when I changed
> my clutch hydraulics a few weeks ago.
> I refilled the system from the slave
> using a Gunsons Eezi-bleed.  It filled
> in just a couple of minutes and needed
> no bleeding.
> PaulH.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Enrique Claure <>
> To: <>
> Date: 02 November 1999 22:09
> Subject: no fork travel on clutch
> >Hi list, I bled my clutch with the
> help of my wife and the old jar and
> >tubing technique. We pumped until no
> air bubbles were visible coming out of
> >the tubing attached to the nipple.
> However, after I close the bleed nipple
> >there is very little fork travel. What
> am I doing wrong? I checked all the
> >pipe connections and there are no
> liquid leaks? Help! Enrique
> >
> >

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