Sidecar Wheel Brake

Remove wheel with brake drum as described in Section 2C.

Procedure for servicing sidecar wheel brake is the same as for rear wheel brake as given in preceding paragraphs.

DISASSEMBLING BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER (Fig. 2G-5)

It is not necessary to remove master cylinder from motorcycle to remove piston assembly if replacement is required. Remove rear brake rod clevis pin

Figure 2G-4. Adjusting Rear Brake Revised: 3-63

Figure 2G-7. Adjusting Rear Brake Pedal

1. Bleeder nipple 2. Plastic tubing

3. Container

Figure 2G-6. Bleeding Hydraulic Brake System

(1) and loosen cylinder plunger lock nut (3). Turnout lever clevis (2). Pull out plunger (4) and remove boot (5), stop wire (6), stop washer (7),piston assembly (8), cup (9), spring (10) and valve (12).

INSPECTION AND SERVICING (Fig. 2G-5)

Inspect cup (9) and piston rubber parts for wear, softening and enlarging. Examine cylinder walls for scratches and grooves.

ASSEMBLING MASTER CYLINDER (Fig. 2G-5)

Assemble master cylinder in reverse order of disassembly. If repair kit is installed, use all new parts, not Just those that look worn. Dip all internal parts in brake fluid before assembly. Replace fluid and bleed brake system.

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