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How long should it take to do this?

My projects always take 2-3 times longer

on 84 aspy
 

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Less than an hour will do it. But you may need to bleed the front brakes after, so maybe two hours total if you are not experienced with that work.
 

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You mightn't have to bleed the brakes, just bleed the air out at the handlebars end where the brake hose bolts into the master cylinder.
 

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There are a lot of variables, your experience, other problems that might turn up, how good of a job you want to do. Unlike professional mechanics, I NEVER set time limits on a job. I want it done right, and I want to enjoy doing it. Fortunately I have enough vehicles that if one is down for a while (my GL1200LTD has now been down at least 2 weeks now, with fuel injection problems, while I make unavailable parts and wait on ordered parts. I'm expecting it to be at least another 2 weeks) I deal with time limits and quotas enough on my regular job, the bikes are a hobby.
 
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