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Kevin Powers Kevin Powers is offline
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i read the tech art. if i understand your quest. and the article, the confusion may be that the final bleed sequence is to be absolutely sure that the porprotioning valve and the system are free of air and that the bleeders are tightened down. i had never thought that the pro. valve might have air trapped in it. sort of like double checking the torque on your lug bolts, sooner safe than sorry. bleeding is one messy job and you are stuck with all the used b.f. this is one task i don't mind paying to have done, if it's still spongy they do over.


Last edited by Kevin Powers; 08-03-2002 at 10:14 AM..
Old 08-03-2002, 10:07 AM
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