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Adding Brake Fluid To Scott Master Cylinders

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Mar 23, 2005
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Can some one tell me the proper procedure for adding fluid to the scott master cylinders? I think its time to add some fluid in the cruiser and wasn't sure the procedure or if any special tools/parts may be needed. I imagine its really simple, but haven't stuck my head under the seat yet.

I've been told that it is smart to keep some extra gaskets and maybe some of the nuts around when i do it because they tend to get rounded and the gaskets break or get lost. Can anyone direct me to the part number or a link to what I should buy to keep on hand? Thanks for helping.

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