Brake Bleeding Problems

Any issues relating to suspension, steering and brakes.

Re: Brake Bleeding Problems

by DanSE4 » Tue Mar 15, 2016 1:07 pm

rips wrote:I have one if you want to try it out.

Andy's is being dropped off at mine during the week ready for the weekend so I'll use his this time.

May grab myself one of the Gunson ones for future reference though, only reason I haven't before is because Andy put me off them. You know what he's like, everything he has is "better than anything else & anything else is inferior" but as 3 people here have said they work fine now that'll do for me! :)
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Re: Brake Bleeding Problems

by kranaux12 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:12 pm

rips wrote:Not an answer to your problem, but a tip from somewhere else:

If you want to stop fluid draining while the brakes are disconnected, remove the reservoir cap. put some cling film over the top then put the cap back on Mobilier pas cher. This should seal it...a little like putting your finger on the top of a hose full of water.

Thanks for this tip. It is true that sometimes carrying out a complete drain can be difficult
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