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Tad more done

 

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Second The seal went down farther than I was hoping. So will be replacing it again with new

 

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Also should I pack the hub full of grease?

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Nice work!

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I typically don't pack the hubs, but the bearings should probably get repacked every time you replace the pads or at least when redoing the rotors.

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One step closer.. Now to figure out brake lines and stuff. Then replace master

 

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I don't know if you care, but now is the time to paint those calipers before they rust. Although, If they aren't visible with your wheels then no one will know anyway. 

 

One step closer to much better stopping power!

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They look like they are zinc plated. I got the same ones through rockauto 

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Shit. I forgot to send off those dust caps 🤦🏻‍♂️

I’ll try to get them headed your way tomorrow. 

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it fits

 

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On 4/30/2019 at 8:53 AM, ]2eDeYe said:

They look like they are zinc plated. I got the same ones through rockauto 

 

These were on a certain white 521, they rusted up in no time. At least I think it was that truck. Check it next time you see it in the wild.

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Bench bleed is right.  dont have vise so I made something up. Worked great

 

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New M/C and good used booster.  Now for the fun part... Bleeding the brakes

 

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I always use a long clear tubing. Attach to bleed nipple, first remove all old brake fluid in the line. Once flowing only clean new fluid, loop the clear tube back to the master. Pump away until no bubbles in the tube. Repeat on all 4 ends. Makes bleeding easy and only need one person. 

 

 

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Looks like Im going to do some more bleeding of the brakes. still spongey and rear locks up before fronts. So proportional valve a must

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Im so glad you have this 620 & upgrading things & making it "right"

It deserves to be driven seeing as it wasnt before..enjoy.

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