rear master cylinder bleeding question
I'm replacing the rear master cylinder on a 2004 sportsman 500 h.o. atp.
The plunger stays in the cylinder, and the foot pedal flops up and down, so i figured that the plunger is corroded. I can pull it back out with pliers.
but wont come back out on its own.
My question is how should i go about bleeding the new master cylinder? Should i put it on the bike and use some plastic fittings and little hoses and feed the hose ends into the reservoir like bleeding a car master cylinder. and pump it to get the air bubbles out then quikly screw the lines on ?
Then bleed the calipers to get all the air out of the lines.
(This has the dual rear calipers because its the atp)
Thanks for any advice in advance.