Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Trenton, ON Canada
I had one stuck piston on the brake for my CM450 (it had dual pistons). I clamped the good piston in place (C-clamp), then plugged the brake line hole with a bolt. Next, I attached my grease gun to the bleeder nipple. One or two pumps to fill the caliper with grease, and then the next pump slid the stuck piston right out.
It took hours and hours to clean out all of the grease, but it sure popped the piston out easily. No reason why it shouldn't work on yours.
#1 - 1986 Vulcan 750
Purchased Jan of 2012 w/ 41,000 kms
On the road as of April 4
Unfortunately, after third ride (300 km) ... horibble engine noises ...
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#2 - 1993 Vulcan 750
Purchased May 4, 2012 w/55,000 kms
On the road in only 4 days with no major work required
Have moved most of the accessories from #1 to #2
Last edited by SnakeMurphy; 05-16-2012 at 10:05 PM.
Reason: spelling mistake