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Old 01-28-2018, 04:07 PM
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On a tree today. Lost the reservoir clean off.

Do i need a all new brake assembly? or can I just replace the broken bits? My parking brake lever things has been broken for years too so might as well fix that finally.

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the Ski doo part # is 507032478 It is 60$






Then call Tom @ TKI and buy his brake master cylinder guard.
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You can also get a billet brake reservoir off e-bay for $45 shipped. I just put one on my 2016 summit last night. Fits perfectly and looks great.

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Skidoo-Bill...ZZ-hA-&vxp=mtr
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The billet brake reservoir looks nice (and solid too). I expect it would withstand a good hit and the other parts would break instead. Sometimes it's best if the cheapest parts break instead of the more expensive parts.
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I ordered both, got the TKI guard coming from sled solutions.

Probably not something likely to happen again. I just got sucked in near a tree and like a dumbass just powered through it while the bar smacked it. At least i took my hand off LOL.

On another note:.. how am I going to bleed this thing? not looking at my sled right now but i assume the bleed screw is up under the tunnel? is it a pain in the *** to get to it with the track on?

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You know you could have avoided all this if you weren't trying to go where the polaris's go.
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Old Cat or Polaris assembly works best.


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