Ok, Now I've done it and managed to get everything apart (with the help from a garage to actually drill the caliper and then hammer out the bolts that keep the brake pads in place, they were in fact so stuck that we both questioned if we were doing the right thing...)
And I also managed to get everything cleaned and put in place again, with some proper grease and new oil and everything. So far so well. Only the bleeding to do.
And I did really try, but I did not in the end manage to get all the air out. Have now searched but could not find a good "how to". A few questions arise:
1. When I bleed the front brakes, should I have the lid of the brake fluid container on or off? I have read people writing about seeing bubbles coming up through the container...
2. I have not hose to connect to the bleeding valve, but when I pump up a pressure and the losen the valve, the fluid comes directly, no single indication of air or anything. It should not be a problem. But, is there any specific order for doing this? Right or left first? Both at the same time?
3. I read about the master cylinder. Is there another bleeding valve for that one, in addition to the ones on the calipers?
4. Have I missed something?
I really appreciate help on this.
...who has managed to shift piston on his sons motocross, but hits the ground hard when trying to bleed the brakes of the v-strom...