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Old 04-10-2013, 09:59 AM   #12
pdxmotorhead
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Clean all the parts up with any good product,, the rubber bits all need replaced while your in there,,, then put it back together and go. should be o-rings and maybe a dust seal at the plunger connection to the lever.

They are a pretty simple gadget. Just look at the bore and piston for any bad scratchies or gouges..

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