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shreveportarchitect

1991 TRX300FW Brake Bleeding.

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Hi everyone.  Brian McNew here.  I’m a Shreveporter.  I have an old 1991 Honda I am partially rebuilding.  I’ve had it stored for many years.  I have cleaned up the back end and am now trying to bleed the front brakes.  I now know why this process is reserved for the 7th level or hell.  I am having no luck.  This is a nightmare and the last thing I need to do.  I have watched videos and done everything I am supposed to and cannot get anywhere.  I posted in the main forum and here as well.

i want to get it back running to go joy riding.  Any advice.

 

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the bleeder is still working clean?

man stay optimist, breaks were all rusted on my 84 TRX 200 lol

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