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Hello, There are different hydraulic brake systems and they vary slightly in their bleeding procedure but the principle is broadly the same. I am bleeding some Hope C2s ...
You will need an 8mm spanner ( preferably ring ended). A 26 mm spanner or an adjustable. Some clean rags. A small length of tubing or a bleed ...
Remove the wheel and brake pads. These pads are held in with two split pins; remove the pins and the pads just slide out. Make sure that you ...
The bike needs to be held upright ; in a stand or held by someone or leant ; but make sure that it is stable. The nipple on ...
Put the 8mm spanner over the bleed nipple. Attach the tubing to the nipple and attach a container or rag to catch the fluid. Put rag around this ...
Top up the lever with the appropriate fluid. Undo the nipple a quarter turn and slowly pull the brake lever in and hold it; tighten the nipple up. ...
This is a bit fiddly. Unscrew the reservoir piston ( see 1st photo) from the master cylinder cap. (This a LEFT-HAND thread) Top up the reservoir to the ...
Replace the pads and wheel and screw the silver lever adjuster clock-wise until you achieve the sharpness of braking that you require. Check for leaks and test ride. ...
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