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  • ShervinRRR ·
    Hi You!
    I like your humble abode! It looks very well sweeped.
    Thank your for your numbers on post#121 and just want to remind you how easy draining your brake calipers and lines are. It is just a matter of opening brake calipers bolts and the lines connected to it. You don't even need to uninstall any lines or even the reservoir from your bike. Drain the brake fluid inside a bowl first and then a close container and give that to your local environment friendly waste hazardous recycler. If you have never done it, in your day off or Sunday, use protection for your hand and eyes and mouth and nose (for breath) and do it and after you are done install the caliper, tighten the bolts, and add brand new brake fluid to the bike and do the bleeding procedure. Use safety precautions by checking safety precautions regarding brake jobs.
    You do it once and you will do it annually.
    Thanks again for your share. I appreciate it.

    Respects
    Shervin Asemani
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