Riding for 53 Years
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- Dec 7, 2018
- Cobleskill NY 12043
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- 1977 Bonneville 750 T140
I had the exact same problem with my '78. turned out the brand/model of tire was JUST A BIT too wide. It would heat up and lock the rear brake.Moved to Norfolk Va last July only able to work on it since Covid will send new pictures. will have to revisit rear master cylinder it rubs on tire.
rear master cylinder it rubs on tire.
same problem with my '78. turned out the brand/model of tire was JUST A BIT too wide.
The width number moulded on a tyre wall is not the overall width.The original master didn't rub
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