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Brake Master

Eric O   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday December 16, 2017 7:35 PM

Chipped the paint

Chipped the paint :(

Master is in and protective layer of tape installe

Master is in and protective layer of tape installed

Red to figure a way to get the gaiters on without

Red to figure a way to get the gaiters on without having to wait for summer to do it

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Member Comments on Journal Entry: Brake Master   ↵
2017-12-17 07:47:43 # 47003
Comment by Wayne Tate
Eric, a heat gun is the tool of choice. I'll be washing the wiring harness a little later today and will use one on that. Wayne.
2017-12-17 08:26:49 # 47005
Comment by Eric O
Wayne, thanks that is an excellent idea! That should do it . Good luck on the harness, I have that ahead of me. I'll be watching with interest.
2017-12-19 21:04:19 # 47074
Comment by Hazen Wardle
if we get heavy snow again here this year I'm making one of these out of a bucket with the bottom cut off and a tarp/sheet of plastic. I wore myself out last year shoveling off the roof.
2017-12-19 21:38:01 # 47075
Comment by Eric O
Hazen, that is line of the most awesome and useful inventions I've ever seen!! aim going to make myself one of those. Thanks!
2017-12-23 08:40:45 # 47147
Comment by David P
I was unsuccessful in getting the gaiter on my clutch MC; I barely was able to get the clevis pin assembled withOUT the gaiter... I gave up for now.

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