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Gear_Head

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So this spring I tried to rebuild my leaky rear master cylinder. That was a huge fail, as I never could bleed the brakes and had no rear brake for a big trip. Long story short, ended up flipping it twice due to no rear brake.

My buddy was "trying" to help me and broke my top bleeder screw. Every trick I know will no get that dang thing out. Anyone know off hand what size of bleeder screw this is I'm about to destroy? I may be better off buying a used caliper vs trying to find such a small heli coil, assuming they make them that small.

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Seriously they are so cheap. You can buy the whole setup used , still assembled, for 20 bucks
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