Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: SE Michigan
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Re: Brake Bleeding Order
if you anticipate a lot of brake work in your future, buy one of the power brake bleeder kits that is essentially a bug sprayer with some adaptors to clamp a lid over the different designs of master cylinders.
I paid $60 for mine off ebay as I recall, and it's been a godsend, especially on hydraulic clutch set ups, and on large brake systems like our trucks have.
You can fill the resevoir in the master, put some fluid in the power bleeder, pump it up, then start at the pasenger rear and work your way forward without another person - and it's QUICK! You can flush all the old fluid out of a typical vehicle in about 15 minutes.
Belleville, MI (Detroit / Ann Arbor)
'01 F350 cc lwb srw, Rebuilt engine, Rosewood rebuilt injectors, rebuilt turbo, soon to have 3.5"dp and 4" magnaflow exhaust, gauges, etc.
'69 Mustang 428CJ(ongoing project)
'86 Ranger 302/aod/8.8
'02 Focus wagon commuter
'86 Supra classic ski boat 351W PCM power
'54 Belair sedan, all original