SpeedBleeder

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slampen
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Post by slampen »

Hi.

I see there is mixed experience out there with Speed Bleeders. Some cringes away it like when a troll sees the sun.
I just bought the ones made by Russel from your shop.

What is your experience?
Should I replace them on a given interval?
Should I be worried? :)

\\Stian.
-95 BRG 1.8.
Brian
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Post by Brian »

No issues here with the Russell brand bleeders, customers report they make bleeding easy.
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slampen
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Thank you...

haters gonna hate. :)


\\Stian.
-95 BRG 1.8.
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Post by Freescopesdad »

I have had stainless steel Speedbleeders on 3 Miatas and an S2000 with no issues whatsoever.
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slampen
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Post by slampen »

When moving the bleeders to new calipers, should I new thread locking?
-95 BRG 1.8.
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