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  1. C109Riders
    I contacted Barnet Clutches last October looking for longer brakelines for my C. at the time they did not offer a set to fit. I just received an email from Barnet, they are now making their "GoodRidge" brand Stainless Steel brake lines for the "C". Although they are not listed on their website...
  2. How to, step by step
    If you have never replaced brake lines or bled brakes, please read this how-to from start to finish before even contemplating this mod. If after reading this how-to, you do not feel comfortable tackling the job yourself, DO NOT TRY! Take your bike and lines to a mechanic. Your brakes are...
  3. How to, step by step
    Drain the front brake system: Remove the bleeder screw cap from the right caliper (or left if you prefer). Place an 8mm 6-point box-end wrench over the bleeder screw. Place the Mityvac suction tube over the end of the bleeder screw. Pump the Mityvac to build a vacuum and then open the bleeder...
  4. How to, step by step
    This is Part 3 of a 3-part How-To post: Check clearances: Turn the bars full left and right to ensure adequate clearance at the master cylinder. WARNING! When you turn the bars to the right, do it s-l-o-w-l-y! If you have rotated the bars down from the stock position, the double banjo bolt...
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