Plus, that first time back on the bike will be amazing.
Quite a lot of tread on there compared to g-one speeds.
Yes, but with what justification?
It's the scenario in which no Brexit seems most likely. Admittedly, I haven't really tested the assumptions too keenly (I'm too scared!)
Looks like replacing the piston did the trick! Bleeding the brakes after draining all the fluid was interesting.
Anyone want to buy a brand new complete right hand, front brake, rear shifting rival lever plus flat mount caliper?
How very irritating, but good to know they made it right in the end.
I have a replacement MC piston in my possession - will let you know how I get on ;-)
I had this on a milnes 'columbus' frame. Standard for budget euro geometry frames I reckon. Would obviously be a disaster on a disc frame.
Ah sorry - piston in the master cylinder, i.e. inside the lever.
Yup, I am now in this boat (with Rival levers). Any advice on what to do if the piston doesn't want to pop back out of the cylinder? Force fluid in via the bleed port?
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