Hello from South Dakota, USA 750 F1

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hms86f1
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Hello from South Dakota, USA 750 F1

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Joined this forum hoping to get advice and tips on how to revive a 1986 750 F1. It's the 1st time I've joined any on-line forum cause I'm an oldie... I remember "You ain't nothing but a hound dog" playing on the radio. It will take some time for me to learn how to navigate this venue. The bike has been off the road for over 25 years and has deteriorated somewhat. The hydraulic clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder are seized up, my bad. Oil lines, tires and other rubber parts are checked. Anyway, looking forward to conversing with you all.

1st question: How do I remove the clutch slave cylinder piston?
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Re: Hello from South Dakota, USA 750 F1

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Welcome aboard - I suggest you remove the hose from the cover, fix an adapter to your grease gun (the banjo bolt for the hose is M10 x 1.0 thread) and let hydraulic pressure do the work for you.

EDIT: Since you have the above question also posted where it actually should be posted (thank you), please post all relies to this there. Link below:

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