I just bought a 2nd bike to make into a single speed but I want the brakes off of this new one for my main ride. So I plan on swapping the brakes but I need to remove the hose from the caliper as the line goes through the frame.
It seems easy enough, just want to check in here.
I should just be able to remove the caliper from the frame, drop it into a bucket for the fluid then undo the nut at the end of the hose as it connects to the caliper and let the fluid drain out. Bag the end of the line and then rerun the line on the new bike and reattach it.
I'll bring it into the shop to bleed it as I don't have a bleed kit, I just want to save some money in the removal process.
Thanks for any advice.
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