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by GRUP
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Circlip is out, but rest won't move. Any tricks to pull/press out ? Or replacement sources ?
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by kommando
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Oil or grease is far safer than air, air once at the pressure required to move a stuck piston contains too much energy and the piston will fly across the room.
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by J. Charles Smith
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Googled Lyster "images." This link shows Lyster discs and master cylinder on Norton cafe: http://progress-is-fine.blogspot.com/2012/11/lyster-frame.html They look like what I recall from my days working for Lyster's US importer. The resevoir cap is a plain alloy disc held on with screws, not like the Honda's screw-on. The short 7/8" tube extending from the subframe back towards the shocks is where the rear master was clamped.
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