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Originally Posted by mjmoran View Post
Instead of the speed bleeders for bleeding the brakes, pressure bleeding is much more effective, will not put unneeded stress on the MC and will do the job in a fraction of the time. Our host carries one from MOTIVE that works VERY well. I would go that route v. the speed bleeders... IMHO
Could you post the link to that one(Motive). I've used 2 or 3 pressure bleeders before and all have been a royal pain in the ass. Messy, don't work right, spray Fluid all over the place. I've probably invested $300-400 in bleeding systems and swore them off. I'd like to look at this one. The most painless bleed I've ever done were with the speed bleeders.
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