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Glad it's easy for you ! Usually the threads on the master are messed up and are hard to start. That internal pressure thingy isn't reachable. If you haven't rebuilt the master it would be a good place to start. Be sure to get you boot cover in right and your split ring in correctly. If you don't the entire internals will move and not function correctly. Just a thought.

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rear, or front master cyl?

If both front & rear calipers are sticking, wouldn't it be the front master cylinder acting up?
If so, there are brand new, cheap chinese knock offs available for the 1200 (see seller partsangel on EBay)...no help if it's the rear master cyl though..nothing new available..
I replaced my front m cyl on my GL1000 with one of these, works great!
good luck,
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yeah, I get it now, after looking at the fische, would have to be the rear m cyl acting up,
good luck finding a new one, rebuild the old using lots of compressed air thru the 2 relief ports..
 
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