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Old 03-02-2010, 10:18 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Brake Speed Bleeders

I will be changing out my rotors, brake lines and pads within the next couple of weeks and as i was doing some reading, I ran into the issue of bleeding the brakes. I will be doing the job probably by myself and didnt want to shell out the dough for a vacuum bleeder set, etc. I found some speed bleeders for the maxima and im wondering if anyone has any experience with these things?
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:30 PM   #2
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Yes.... makes the job really easier if you are doing it your self. I've bought a set of these when I did my 300ZX BBK on my 6thgen and sold them to a friend. I still prefer the old method with someone helping. Check out the information below.


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These revolutionary new bleeder screws are similar to a stock bleed valve, except feature a spring loaded ball check valve inside. When tightened down it seals the brake system just like a stock screw. To bleed the brakes, just open the valve 1/4 to 1/2 turn and the internal check valve prevents any fluid from escaping until the brake pedal is pumped. When the pedal is pumped the pressure created opens the valve and permits any trapped air to escape.

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Front Bleeder: 639560
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Rear Bleeder: 639570
Order Link: http://www.jegs.com/i/Russell/799/639570/10002/-1?CT=999


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Default Re: Brake Speed Bleeders

yea they are koool but i keep reading where you can still get air in system. Be safe and go old school
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Yeap... Can't go wrong with the classic old school partner brake bleeding. Even shop use the owner to pump the pedal. lol
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Default Re: Brake Speed Bleeders

yea thats what my shop did when they had to fix my ish due to thos epos Blehmco lines.
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