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09-24-2018 02:03 PM
Fordtruckfan89
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Originally Posted by jeepwm69 View Post
If it's bad call PSN and they will replace it. No need to rebuild.


I've only gotten one bad part from them (brake lines that had some sort of blockage in them) and they sent out a replacement ASAP.
I'll give them a call. Thanks
09-24-2018 01:47 PM
jeepwm69 If it's bad call PSN and they will replace it. No need to rebuild.


I've only gotten one bad part from them (brake lines that had some sort of blockage in them) and they sent out a replacement ASAP.
09-24-2018 11:30 AM
Fordtruckfan89 The master from psn came in and it needs to be rebuilt, I bled and bled it,thing barely has any resistance on the lever. There's no air in the lines. 7443 bulb sockets fit the taillights with a little filing.
09-20-2018 02:33 PM
jeepwm69 I used a 500 Foreman master cylinder on my kid's 350 rancher. One microswitch to the brake lights and the other I wired in a start in gear feature, where the bike will start in gear, but only when the lever is pulled, so it's like my 500's and the wife's 420.
09-19-2018 12:11 PM
Fordtruckfan89
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Originally Posted by martdog420 View Post
Rubicon has a "start in gear" switch on the right hand brake lever.
I'm aware, there are two on the 07+ I'm looking at, if i can retrofit some 3157 bulbs and sockets to the rear tail lights, ill use the brighter filament for brake lights.
09-18-2018 11:43 AM
martdog420 Rubicon has a "start in gear" switch on the right hand brake lever.
09-18-2018 11:26 AM
Fordtruckfan89 Ordered a used 07-14 rubicon master cylinder. Noticed it has a bigger and longer lever on it, an additional brake switch, but same reservoir size. If I can tonight, I'll get comparison pics for people interested.
09-11-2018 01:18 PM
jeepwm69
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Originally Posted by Fordtruckfan89 View Post
I'm guessing the banjo bolt is the same?
Yep. I've used the on a 350 Rancher, a 450 Foreman, and even a 300 Fourtrax.
09-10-2018 11:21 AM
Moccasin Ranger
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Originally Posted by Fordtruckfan89 View Post
I'm guessing the banjo bolt is the same?

I ordered a new one off ebay for a friend's Quadsport, $20. It's identical to the one on my '87 Foreman, banjo bolt and all.
09-10-2018 11:00 AM
Fordtruckfan89
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Originally Posted by jeepwm69 View Post
I'd order a used 500 Foreman master cylinder from powersportsnation.com. About $20 shipped, no labor required on your part other than installing it.
I'm guessing the banjo bolt is the same?
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