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This is the method many of us use successfully, after all else fails. That is cracking the banjo both at the Master Cylinder and bleeding it. It gets asked so often that I decided to do a short clip.
This was a GL1200 Aspencade,it works onother Goldwing models with hydraulic clutches.


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Those tips are priceless. Thanks for taking the time to record them. I like the way they are short and to the point with minimal or no dialog.
Too many other guys making videos want to play at being actor.
 

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i had the same problem with a friends bike , no matter what i tried i couldnt get the air out of the system .

i put a hose over the bleed nipple and pressed brake fluid upwards with a syringe . BINGO , problem solved !!!:cool:
 

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I had similar trouble with my 84 Aspencade so I solved the problem by fitting banjo bolts with built in bleed nipples at the lever and the slave end. Problem solved.
 

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I had similar trouble with my 84 Aspencade so I solved the problem by fitting banjo bolts with built in bleed nipples at the lever and the slave end. Problem solved.
Just used this great video to bleed mine after I lost everything probably have to do a rebuild but it sure seems okay now. I like the bleed valve deal where did you pick those up?:)
 
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