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Old 10-19-2005, 09:03 AM   #1
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Highlander had left a power bleeder at my place for me to use.

It hooks onto the master cylinder and pushes the fluid through. What a great setup! Thanks AJ.

I followed his lead and replaced with nice high quality synthetic and feel a difference braking.

Bad part was my d/* bleeder won the battle and I had to change the caliper. The job was supereasy with a power bleeder already hooked up

The fluid that came out was dirty and you could see it when bleeding it out.

Good preventive maintenance if you have the availability.
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is there a website to the style "powerbleeder" that he has??

Sounds like something I would want to pick up when I do my brakes.
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Sorry meant to include it..

http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...=egnsearch.asp

(NEBF'rs..it'* currently at my place..I bet AJ would want to see it put to good use.)
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