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Homemade Brake Pressure Bleeder


Brake Pressure Bleeder

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BUILDER:
Dan Reed on faculty.ccp.edu
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade brake pressure bleeder adapted from a garden sprayer. A Watts A-192 hose barb adaptor and bushing is fitted to the ATE master cylinder cap. Vinyl tubing connects the barb adaptor and the sprayer wand. Tank is fitted with a tire valve stem to pressurize the tank and bleed the lines.
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Nov 05, 2013 4:17 PM
DIYer
Pressure bleeders from garden sprayers are a dime a dozen. What caught my eye with this variant was the addition of a tire valve to pressurize the tank.
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DIY Brake Pressure Bleeder - comment on how to build a Brake Pressure Bleeder - 1 comments
DIYer says:
Nov 05, 2013 4:17 PM
Pressure bleeders from garden sprayers are a dime a dozen. What caught my eye with this variant was the addition of a tire valve to pressurize the tank.

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