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  1. I was replacing forks so I had my front brakes and brake lines completely disconnected off the front. Well, now it is time to put everything back together and I can't seem to get the brake fluid started. I have tried the regular bleeding process to no avail. At this point, I have disconnected the end of the brake line where it connects with the first caliper, and I can't seem to get the fluid out of the master cylinder with the lines attached. Trying it like the pics below: Now, I did find a tip online, which you can see here: This was successful. So it is not like the master cylinder is plugged, I just can't start it through the line. Do I need a vacuum bleeder or something? Any tips?
  2. andrewcox945

    Brake swap

    I have I 2017 fz07 and I was curious if anyone has swapped or knows how hard it would be to swap fz09 brakes onto an fz07, or if it's even worth it compared to just getting better pads and steel braided lines.
  3. When pushing my bike around, I can hear the rear brake rotor scraping as the rear wheel spins. I also notice the edges of the rotor are scraped. I have no doubt riding around is making it worse, however, I notice no adverse brake performance when riding. Anyone know why this might happen? Is it a wheel alignment issue? My left side is at "4 1/4" lines and my right side is at "4 1/2" lines, so they aren't perfectly equal. But I would find it weird if that small of a difference causes this. See the scrape on the outside edge in the top right of the 1st pic. It's hard to see but every one of those protruding edges has a similar scuff on it where it has been ground down.
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