Ok, yesterday I took off the front wheel so I could have a new tire and tube installed. When I took the wheel off I couldn't get the speedometer cable off of the wheel itself. I had to unhook the speedometer cable from the gauge and now I have a wheel with a cable still attached. I'd like to remove the cable so the guys at the shop can easily replace the tire but I wasn't sure what to expect here. There is a screw (rusted of course) that holds the cable in place on the wheel. If I remove that screw, will I need to watch out for anything like springs, pins, goblins, etc? In other words, if I take out that screw will the cable just pull out easily and will I be able to get it back in without any trouble?
Also, I was going to bleed the front break when I get the front wheel back on but I noticed that the screws holding the reservoir plate in place are striped out and also rusted. I tried dremmeling the screw heads and removing them with a flat head screw driver but the metal didn't hold up and broke the screw heads off. Can I replace just the reservoir or do I need to replace the reservoir, brake handle, and throttle as one piece?