I just bought a '95 rm 250. I got it off of Craig's list for $400. The guy who sold it to me said it was a '96. After looking at parts and bikes I am sure it is a '95. However, I didn't figure this out until I had bought a '96 front master cylinder and caliper from ebay (the bike didn't have a cylinder or lever). The caliper wont bolt on the '95 forks. So, I just bolted the brake line from the master cylinder/lever onto the old caliper. I think I bled the brakes out pretty well, but I cant get the piston to actuate properly. I can get the piston closest to the bike to extend out (1 out of 2), but only when I pump the lever continuously. This still doesn't seem to give me any braking whatsoever. My first thought is that the volume of fluid dispersed from the '96 cylinder isn't enough to actuate the '95 caliper. Any thoughts?