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No rear Caliper..need info

So the 929rr I picked up had no rear caliper..no sure why lol. The line was zip tied to the swing arm. I purchased a caliper and new pads. Anyone know what kind of banjo bolt I need for the caliper? I've read 10mmx1.25? Double or single banjo? Any idea on the bolts that mount the caliper to the bracket?
This is definitely a project bike..but worth it to me. Tryin to get everything fixed so it passes inspection. Tires, brakes, lights, license plate bracket and plate lights lol.
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Re: No rear Caliper..need info

Ron Ayers fiches

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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Re: No rear Caliper..need info

Ok so I ordered a caliper on Ebay, the two caliper bolts on Ron Ayers, and got new pads. Installed, bled system at caliper and master. Brakes work now, but I do have a question. The big Allen bolt near the top of the caliper, is there a space that goes in between the caliper and mounting bracket there? there is about a 1/4" gap and the caliper flexes a lot when braking. Im sure something has to go there.
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Re: No rear Caliper..need info

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Im guessing its just this boot..
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Re: No rear Caliper..need info

I'll check mine tomorrow, but I don't think so.

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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