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Old 04-30-2013, 09:52 PM   #128
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Originally Posted by LC Garage View Post
pressure from the top or vacuum from the bottom, in the automotive world we used to use a pressure bleeder that clamped over the top of the master cylinder and fed pressurized fluid down thru the system, nowadays they use a vacuum pump attached to the low side bleeder valve and pull the fluid down thru. you could improvise vacuum off the blue rhino and just use a long hose from an intake vacuum port to the bottom bleeder, open the valve, feed fluid from the top and run the rhino and use a long clear line so you can see the fluid when it pulls into the line. damn I wish i was there to help!
Also make sure there are no obstructions in the caliper, carefully field strip it if you have to, clean it up clear passages and reuse old parts as needed
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