Bleeding Rear Brake on K1200LT
I wanted to bleed the rear disk brake on my Dad's KLT and wondered if there's anything unusual about doing that...I've bleed brakes on my Airhead so have the basic idea down. Can the caliper be bled in place or does it need to come off so the bleed nipple is in a different orientation? The nipple looks to be pretty near the top as it sits now.
Also, how do I get access to the reservoir? It looks like if I remove the two bolts that hold the front part of the rear seat to the frame, that might let me slide the rear seat forward, up, and out. Is there more to it than that?
Any other tips?
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