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Judging by the age of your bike, and assuming a PO hasn't already done it. if you are going through all this trouble with the brakes it might be a good idea to replace any rubber lines, stainless steel would be the best but even new rubber would be OK. After 27 years those lines will be pretty mushy. Maybe even rebuild the master cylinders (clutch included) if that nasty brake fluid has been in there for such a long time.

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ActionSEi wrote:
cheddarpecker wrote:
I've seen people pull the brake line, just in case they grabbed the brake lever by mistake. I've had people argue with me on the point that the front brake is dangerous and shouldn't be used, yet they could never explain why every bike has one, and most states require it by law.
All cars, trucks, over the road tractors, and most bicycles have front brakes.



Now there must be somereason ......


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Increased stopping power is the obvious one and all over the road motorized vehicles( in North America at least) Must have 2 separate braking systems.
 
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