Howdy guys! I have a 2020 scout bobber that I bought second hand. The bike was previously dropped, and all the damage parts were replaced on that side, including the rear master cylinder. Tho, the rear brake was never bled. I wasn’t too concerned at the time because I had other plans for the bike before I got around to bleeding the brakes. Well with my luck, I should’ve known it wasn’t going to be as easy as it sounded. At first I tried a conventional brake bleed (pump lever, loosen bleed screw, tighten bleed screw, release lever) probably did this a couple dozen times without any pressure being built up. I spent time looking into the issue and tried numerous things that I read might work. I tried using a vacuum bleeder, I tried reverse bleeding, compressing the piston, tilting the MC forward, etc.! I’m all out of ideas, and am thinking maybe the MC needs a rebuild. Any advice on what may be the issue is welcomed! Whenever I loosen the bleed screw, it continues to drip fluid with or without holding down the pedal. I’ve bleed breaks before and don’t recall that ever being an issue?