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#8: 08-27-2011, 10:36 PM
 
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Step 5 – Using the first picture and working from left to right, feed the bolt through the MCB hole, ensuring that the Allen hex end is to the left and the indented end is to the right.

Chose one of the two supplied nuts and thread it on the right side of the brace, leaving enough bolt extended to attach the cup.

Thread the second supplied nut onto the bolt on the left side of the brace leaving it slightly loose.

Place the MCB cup at the indented end of the bolt, and using your fingers and turning it clock-wise, to the right, feed the bolt toward the master cylinder until the MCB cup contacts the end of the master cylinder and snugs up.

Following the second picture, insert the 5mm Allen hex wrench into the left end of the bolt and hold it firmly in place. Using the 15mm open-end wrench, tighten the nut on the right side of the brace clock-wise (to the right) approximately 1/2 – 1 full turn more.

Again, using the Allen hex wrench, hold the bolt in-place and tighten the nut on the left side of the brace clock-wise (to the right) to lock the bolt and cup into place. Ensure the cup is squarely and firmly against the master cylinder and that there is no play.
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