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Front master cylinder leak??

Hey all first off ive tried searching everything and come up with nothing on my issue. The nipple on the Front master cylinder that connects the tube to the resevoir is leaking, its not leaking where the hose connects but its leaking from where the nipple actually sits on the master cylinder. Ive checked the hose and its good, the resevoir cap is tight and dry also. Just wondering if anyone else has had this problem? Any solutions, maybe a rebuild kit? Thanks for the help!!
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oops i forgot the bike is an 08
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Seriously tho... Check the m/c and see if the diaphragm is still good...

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Could anyone give me an idea of how I would check the diaphragm in the master cylinder to see if its bad?
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Does the fluid appear to be coming from the bottom of the MC?

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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-12-2010, 01:11 AM Thread Starter
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It looks like its coming out of the the little nipple where it meets the MC. I took the diaphragm out and completly dried it and the top to rule that out. The clamps and hoses are all tight and Its never been down so im kinda stuck on this one..
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The bleeder nipple? Are you sure the nipple is torqued correctly?

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No not the bleeder nipple sorry, Its the nipple that the hose from the resevoir connects to.
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