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660boy

Bleeding rear brakes

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I just put on a baja designs kit on my 06 wr 450 and I had to replace the banjo bolt on top the rear master cyl . I cant :thumbsup: get the brakes bleed. Any Info will help thanks

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When replacing the banjo bolt, bleed it just like the caliper. Close the bleeder, pump the brake lever /pedal, hold, crack open banjo, release air, tighten banjo, release lever/pedal. If it gets really frustrating, try the backflush, or try the hanging caliper method, take caliper off & hang it from the roof so that all the air rises to the caliper overnight.

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