Please read post # 23 and # 81. Look no further !It seems a little air got into the line from somewhere...but where? Flushing/bleeding may help but the symptom will return eventually.
Thank youbut this one wins first prize.
The information I posted was not written by the fluid manufacturer.But don't believe every word from the fluid manufacturers (same for oil, tires, chains etc)
LOL - thanks DarR. I assume I would need to buy the brake line for a new monster then. Or I could just upgrade to steel braided lines (probably for about the same cost).
What you wrote is true and would solve it. The issue is that it's a really big job.LOL - thanks DarR. I assume I would need to buy the brake line for a new monster then. Or I could just upgrade to steel braided lines (probably for about the same cost).
Just look at all the threads started about Monsters with rear brake problems.OooOooh....what I really want to see is someone who has had the brake line fix run some cheap fluid in and report if the brake goes spongebob....again....that would be a firm data point.
How much proof do we need?The faulty brake line may not be an isolated issue. IMHO, there's no need to exacerbate the problem with 1) cheap fluid and / or 2) which has not been changed in a couple of years or more.