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Thread: Bralke bleeder

  1. #11
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    I have used an Eazibleed in the past.

    I now have your second option the 3L capacity hand pumped tool. I much prefer this tool and its a doddle to use
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    I have an air fed eazibleed or something similar.
    I find that I use use that to fill the system but to get the best firm pedal I end up getting an assistant and bleeding the old fashioned way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdavies3 View Post
    ...to get the best firm pedal I end up getting an assistant and bleeding the old fashioned way.
    I agree. Tis also the only time Mrs. Eggbert sits in the driver's seat. I would let her drive, but she doesn't want to... thank goodness....
    John

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    After seeing Edd China using the vacuum pump method I have had better success and single person operation. The put and down shouting all stops and your neighbours wondering what is going on ! haha

  5. #15
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    Always found pressure preferable to vacuum bleeding, I have an easy-bleed and have established a method of getting a good seal on the ressy so works well.
    Bear I mind though that either way still won't ensure a good bleed unless other things are right, particularly the calipers being vertical with the bleed nipped at the highest point, Also worth remembering that air is not the only reason for sponginess

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