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no brake pedal
  • shaner
  • British Columbia, Canada
I have a heli forklift on my hands that the brake pedal goes to the floor. I have changed the master cylinder and cant seem to get a pedal. The master bench tests fine but I cant get it bleed on the unit. Is there a different bleeding procedure that im not aware of? Anybodys help would be greatly appreciated.
  • Posted 5 Jun 2015 10:16 AM
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Does the master cyl sit horizontal or vertical ??
  • Posted 5 Jun 2015 10:53 PM
  • shaner
  • British Columbia, Canada
Vertical
  • Posted 7 Jun 2016 01:38 AM
Vertical can be troublesome if possible try a bleeding tool
  • Posted 7 Jun 2016 04:50 AM
Total replies: 3. Showing items 1 - 3 of 3 results.

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