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Hello all,

Which front disc isconnected with the rear brake? Also do I have to do the bleed on the front first because it is farther from the reservoir?
 

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Got my answer left front disc with rear brake
 

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hello,

sitting on the bike, the right front, is linked to the rear.
 

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I took that out of the Haynes Manual Have not look at it myself so it may be a misprint.
 

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:waving:Both the '83 GL1100 and the GL1200's linked brakes are: R/H front and rear are linked. I believe that changed with the GL1500 as the L/H front and rear are linked.
 

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83GoldWinger wrote:
:waving:Both the '83 GL1100 and the GL1200's linked brakes are: R/H front and rear are linked. I believe that changed with the GL1500 as the L/H front and rear are linked.
That's the way both my 1100 and 1200 were linked. The 1500 is left side linked.
 

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You guys are right the manual is wrong. I opened the right front bleeder port and it lost fluid with the rear brake pedal. Thanks for the help.
 
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