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Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly

This is how to take a 1979 Ironhead Sportster rear brake master cylinder apart. It tells the right order the parts should be taken apart in. Here is how to get the job done, when required, without messing things up.

    

                 

                    

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Parts

The Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly parts figure is Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Figure. It shows all the bits and pieces the 1979 Sportster rear brake master cylinder and brake linkage is made out of.

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Disconnect

Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly disconnect brake line at master cylinder.

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Remove

Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly remove retaining ring (10), clevis pin (11) and push rod from master cylinder.

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Remove

Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly remove two bolts and lock washer (12) that secure master cylinder to sprocket cover.

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Disassemble

Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly disassemble master cylinder cover screws (6), cover (7) and gasket (8) and drain fluid from cylinder.

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Note

The Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly note follows; The master cylinder should only be disassembled if problems are being experienced. When disassembling master cylinder all seals should be discarded and a complete rebuild kit installed.

Sportster 1979 Rear Brake Master Cylinder Disassembly Remove

Sportster 1979 rear brake master cylinder disassembly remove rubber boot (13), retaining ring (14), piston assembly (15), wafer (17), piston cup (18), spring seat (19) and spring (20). Remove O-ring (16) from piston (16). 

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