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Old Jun 28th 2015, 12:10 PM   #1
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Woodcraft rearset related help

hello all,

I just finished installing the woodcraft rearsets so I can shift using GP shift

Question:

The directions call for removal of OEM Banjo bolt and addition of the "pressure" bolt (please see picture). I have never removed a banjo bolt. Can anyone with the same set up provide some directions?

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Old Jun 28th 2015, 01:04 PM   #2
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I can only assume that your sensor for the brake is now a pressure sensor and not a switch, so you need to remove the bolt that holds the brake line with I the master and insert the one with the wire.

Bleed brakes afterwards.


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that's it . just remove that bolt and replace it with the switch
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both correct... remove the existing banjo bolt holding the rear brake line on the rear master.. replace with pressure switch banjo provided in kit.. bleed brakes.. and enjoy!
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both correct... remove the existing banjo bolt holding the rear brake line on the rear master.. replace with pressure switch banjo provided in kit.. bleed brakes.. and enjoy!

Yes it was exactly you all described. I was intimidated for no reason.

Didn't bleed the brakes yet but will do

Took the bike out for shakedown, my 2nd only ride on the bike.
Oh my god. I love this thing
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