Find the missing part.

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Find the missing part.

motogrady
So, I’m working on the front brakes.
2 or 3 trips to the hardware with everything
in a box.  Parts cleaned in gasoline in a pan.
Everything blown off with air.

Getting ready to reassemble parts are all on
a paper towel.  

Then, I notice.  

I’m missing something.

What is it?

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oldironnow
One of the black o-ring-like thingys in the stack of seal stuff.
Supports splitting everywhere.
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Re: Find the missing part.

motogrady

Nope.  The piston seal for the right side brake is laying on top of the dust cover seal.
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Fatfatboy
It's probably something as clear as the nose on my face but I've missed it once trying to find it and spent the night in jail so I think I'll bow out right here.

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You meet some of the best folks behind bars.
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motogrady

Jail!   Lol boy.


I lost one of the washers that go on the end of the brake lines.
What are they called, the bolts with the holes in them, Bergman bolts or something.

When I had a bunch of old stuff laying around, I'd have if off another master cylinder or caliper.    Now, after cleaning the place up somewhat, trashing a good bit, ah, you guys know the story.
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Fatfatboy
Are you referring to the banjo bolt made by Dorman?

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motogrady

Ya.  Banjo bolt.