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BTC (Before the Crash) Gerry (95wagon) contributed a link to a brake bleeder he had that worked well for him. I looked at it at the time, but did not save the link. I think I want to get one now. Gerry, can you repost the link?

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Just run a hose to a bottle, squeeze the fluid out of the vent, and then refill the reservior. You don't mess with the antilocks, and you get new fluid.
 

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lol

Um, you can use the "hose" method, but I wouldn't attempt it until clarified on the process just a tad.

Another less costly alternatve would be speedbleeders. If uncomfortable w/ having them fail, you can use them for bleeding and then remove them after the bleed and replace w/ standard bleeders.

That contraption looks cool, but a lttle pricey. Guess it boils down to how much you perform the bleed process and what you're willing to pay to make the job go smoother.
 

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Brake bleeder

Thanks, Jay and Gerry.
I just ordered the adapter K200. I have the Motive Products pressure bleeder but their master cylinder adapter doesn't fit or seal very well. I'll adapt the K200 to the tank I have.

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I have been meaning for a few months now to dig up this thread and thank Gerry for the tip on the speedi-bleed system. It's a great product that works like a charm. Thanks Gerry!
 
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