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The internet is a wonderful thing. Straight from Denmark, a stud and a couple of nuts for the Lario. Just magically appeared in my mailbox. ;D Need I say thanks, Brian? ;-T
We'll save the filling and bleeding until I decide whether I'm going to put all new controls on it. No need to do that job twice. Hmmm, Beer O'clock. Done for the day.
A little tip on bleeding the rear M/C Chuck.I'm guessing it is the model with the remote reservoir.Use clear tube from the M/C to the reservoir and ensure there is a clear run rising to it with no dips or crests to trap air.When you are pumping the lever you will see air bubbles being pushed up the feed hose. Wait for them to rise harmlessly away then continue. It seems to make a big difference on this design. The clear hose is just so you can see when the bubbles have finished.CheersRod
The repaired cylinder arrived from Millennium Technologies last night. Beautiful work. Not cheap, but good work seldom is.. ;D
The internet is a wonderful thing. Straight from Denmark, a stud and a couple of nuts for the Lario. Just magically appeared in my mailbox.
You know, if I didn't know better I would be alarmed by this sentence. ~; ~;
Are you sure you DO know better?? ;) :D ~; ~;
Nice collection of them on WG. :P ~; :D
Thanks for this excellent thread-- enjoying it thoroughly!
All this recent Lario activity on the WG forum has really rekindled my love for the little beast. Bought her as a new leftover in '88 and never a regret since. I wonder how many other original Lario owners are out there?
Where else can you get this kind of entertainment? ;-T -Kevin
Nice! Splendid stuff! :o Where else can you get this kind of entertainment? ;-T -Kevin
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