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Bleeder question

I've seen many people mention the Motive Bleeder. (admitting my ignorance here...) Which one should I buy? A link would be awesome, or simple description. I've been on Motive's website, and I really don't know which one to get.

Thanks for the advice, guys. Been learning a lot; still a lot of learning to do.

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Like Rasta said, spend the money and get the black label, dont fool with the red.
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Excellent; thanks, you two.
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Yeah...$70 is not a big deal. Especially since this is what the wife will be getting me for Christmas, even if she doesn't know it yet
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Worth every penny. With the black label it easier to buy/change out the fittings for your other cars. (assuming you have other cars.) I have the fittings for my 944, Impreza, and Tahoe. Great tool.
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Yes...I have other cars. Honda/Ford (Mustang--my baby until I give it to my daughter)/Dodge. Porsche is the newest addition. My "new" toy for when I hand the keys of the Mustang over to my daughter (in 4 more years, lol).

This is the first car that I'm actually investing MY time and effort into, though--mechanically speaking. I've done some add-ons to the Mustang, but all strictly cosmetic work. The Porsche is my project, and coming along nicely so far.

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