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Sounds like the primary cup has ruptured !
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Having same issue as I write this. Took bike out of hibernation and noticed that I had no rear brakes at all (before bike was parked for winter brakes were fine).
Brake pads were due to replacement and new ones were put in. I did the regular bleeding by pumping brake pedal and so forth. Nothing. Just got myself a bleeder pump for $18 and so far had no luck. When applying brake pedal it has some pressure but not good enough. Also no bubbles are coming up in the reservoir when pedal is applied. Is it possible that the o rings in the pic are gone ?
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Yeah, your M/C crapped out. You need HD pn 42382-87E. Same thing happened to me doing my rotor and pads. My local stealer High Octane had it in stock for $55.00.
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Thanks Chrusher from what I saw yesterday the Orings went bad. Called HD in MHT and they have it in stock for $64. Found same item on eBay for as low as $25


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