After yesterday's disappointment of finding a corroded NSR jacking point, I decided to carry on regardless.
One of the jobs has now been crossed off the list. I've cleaned and freed off the rear brakes. I gave then a good blast with the brake cleaner, I backed off the self adjusters until I could get the drums back on without any resistance and I moved the wheel clyinders back and forth several times to free them off.
The battery is still on charge. I had to disconnect the charger overnight so it hasn't been on constant charge. I'll be able to cross that particular job off the list soon.
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