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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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Wrench size to bleed clutch

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For the bleeder on the top of the slave cylinder? If my memory is good it might be a 8mm


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You're kidding me with this post, right?
Presumably, you have an MV otherwise you wouldn't be on this site. And, given that and thinking a step further here, why wouldn't you have tried one of the other 68 wrenches in the drawer?

Or, could it be that you only have the three?

You gotta be kidding me.

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You're kidding me with this post, right?
Presumably, you have an MV otherwise you wouldn't be on this site. And, given that and thinking a step further here, why wouldn't you have tried one of the other 68 wrenches in the drawer?

Or, could it be that you only have the three?

You gotta be kidding me.
So true,and we donít use wrenches on MVís.


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Sorry,when I hear a spanner refered to as a wrench it reminds me of working on tractors.
The bleeder screw size on the slave cylinder is 8mm Rob.


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So true,and we donít use wrenches on MVís.
Damn! I'd better hide my shifters!
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Sorry,when I hear a spanner refered to as a wrench it reminds me of working on tractors.
The bleeder screw size on the slave cylinder is 8mm Rob.
A wench?

8mm? Holy crap. And I have been doing it all wrong all these years!

I'll be back later. I have to go buy me up some spanners.

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Sorry Rob I meant to refer my answer to Flyboy.
With all those bikes you own,I doubt you need to buy any Wrenches (spanners).


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A wench? . . .

That's what 'm talkin' about!

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