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Rear brake reservoir

Any of you guys/gals hidden or done away with your rear brake reservoir and maintained the functionality of the brake itself. I am trying to clean up the rear end a bit.
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Sarah Palin and friends can call it a snow machine all they want but Yamaha, Polaris and Bombardier plus the related magazines all seem to call them Snowmobiles.

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Thank's Miami. I just found that

What part of Miami are you from? I am originally from Cutler Ridge.

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Thank's Miami. I just found that

What part of Miami are you from? I am originally from Cutler Ridge.
Coral Gables.
I worked at Cutler Ridge Motorcycles back around 1993 maybe til 95 or so. Mostly in the parts dept.

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I bought my first streetbike at the Cutler Ridge dealership. 1998 ZX-6R. Small world.

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