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Old 02-15-2019, 08:49 PM   #1
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Leak at the master cylinder

Has anyone see a banjo fitting washer like this. Working on a 85 Harley FXR front brake master cylinder.
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Old 02-15-2019, 09:29 PM   #2
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standard hardware, Order online or look in your local hydraulics/seal vendor

May check auto parts

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Really? I’ve never seen a washer like that. Is it Harley/motorcycle specific? My mechanical background is automotive. It’s usually a copper washer for on a banjo bolt.
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Old 02-16-2019, 03:31 AM   #4
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Now I remember which one of my bikes uses it - Vrod

For part numbers check out http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....artsfinder.htm. Get your numbers and see if local dealer has them (Stubbs or Mancuso DT has best inventory)

Be careful with elastomers if using standard parts (MSC). Also be careful if ordering Vrod parts - my 05 VROD uses DOT5 fluid and my 08 uses DOT4

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Thanks for the advise
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Just an FYI, when working on old evo's and similar it's best to have a shop manual and a parts catalog that way you have part numbers. Trust me, as someone who made a career out of working at dealerships, all these guys these days know is twinkies and the new M8's. You plop evo in front of them and their brains get scrambled in a hurry.
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Just an FYI, when working on old evo's and similar it's best to have a shop manual and a parts catalog that way you have part numbers. Trust me, as someone who made a career out of working at dealerships, all these guys these days know is twinkies and the new M8's. You plop evo in front of them and their brains get scrambled in a hurry.
I get along best with ALL parts people when I show up with numbers. Doesn't matter if it is cars, tractors, balers, haycutters, tillers, lawnmowers, juke boxes, lathes motorcycles etc
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I get along best with ALL parts people when I show up with numbers. Doesn't matter if it is cars, tractors, balers, haycutters, tillers, lawnmowers, juke boxes, lathes motorcycles etc
Yeah, forbid they have to do their job.
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Just because it had that rubber ring in the ID doesn't mean and regular old copper washer won't work.
most of the older bikes(90-mid 2000's) don't have that. when I order Chinese master cylinders they come with the rubber ID.


side note.... I order the whole master cylinder to use the internal piston spring and orings. It's cheaper than buying a rebuild kit!
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if you want the same one. Here you go. but like everyone else has said a regular copper or aluminum crush washer will work.
https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...oaAizDEALw_wcB
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