So very sorry.
You can buy the Magurra bleed kit, about $25 bucks that will have all the basic olives, ferrules, etc. I recommend buying this kit. You can also contact Brycer and send him your brakes. Brycer will bleed and service them to incredible condition. Then buy good pads like TNN pads or Heatsink pads. You can also just dive into it after reading this and watching a few videos, do the Google - bleeding hydraulic bicycle brakes.
Brycer add here and FWIW I have a set of 2006 Olympic model Maggies on rear. I have TNN backings and TNN pads.
PAYMENT AND SHIPPING:
Paypal works best for me, but money orders are also ok. My paypal address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Shipping will be $8 for USPS Priority Mail shipping in the US (2-3 days) and $13 for first class shipping to Canada (7-9 days). I ship the day after I receive funds.
BLEEDING / TESTING:
Bleeding hydraulic brakes is messy and no fun - and so you won’t have to deal with fluid leaks, after I assemble and bleed them with fresh Magura blue blood, I test them all for leaks by putting the wheel cylinders into a custom test jig that I made. There, I’ll cycle the brake pistons under full power to check for proper function and leaks without having to bolt them up to a unicycle frame.
MORE BRAKES AND PARTS:
E-mail me if you want something different or digital pictures of something in particular. I also have a good selection of less expensive nice used HS33 and HS22 brakes.
BTW, I also have these available separately:
* New Magura four bolt mounts with stainless hardware are $15/per wheel for used and $25/per wheel for new
* Magura rim brake bleed kits are $22
* Other parts and supplies for Magura rim brakes
OTN tutorial here:
Vee's versus hydro. I have installed vees on my old school Monty. Easy to repair in the field and newbies can beat the hell out of vees.
May as well read this:
This should get you sorted and please PM with questions, I just missed the paging Ateam on the white courtesy thing.