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Ref: Echo Lite Front Brake Master Cylinder
How do I remove the piston and plastic retention plug from the alloy outer cylinder? I tried blowing out with compressed air through bleed hole, but no movement.
Posted by Donnie McLeod
Reply from TartyBikes
Hi Donnie - We typically find that using something like a track pump works well, but be aware that it can take a lot of pressure to get it to fire the piston out. We've had it over 100psi before in the workshop, so for that reason we recommend wrapping an old rag or similar around the top of the cylinder to catch the piston when it pops out. Thanks, Mark
i just bought one of these ECHO TR LEVER BODY REPAIR KIT
but I cannot get the old cilinder out.
HOW do you replace it ??
please do a quick tutorial or write how you replace.
I believe first i should get lever out, but it doesn't unscrew.
You also sell echo lever blades....how do you change a lever blade if it doesn't have screw?
Posted by Sebastian
Hi Sebastian - To remove the lever blade, you need to undo the grub screw on the lever blade, next to the reach adjuster (it requires a 2mm allen key). Once you have removed this, you can push the pin out of the lever body/blade. This will allow the blade to be removed. Once this is done, removing the cylinder itself is very straight forward. If you have any more problems feel free to get back in touch! Thanks, Mark
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