Posted by TerryD [22.214.171.124] on Sunday, June 14, 2020 at 11:48:41 :
In Reply to: I sometimes use a... posted by Hank [126.96.36.199] on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 21:25:43 :
I made a pressure bleeder that works very well using a 2 gallon garden sprayer. I drilled a way smaller hole than the thread tap for an air pressure gauge and "force tapped" it into the top 1/4 of the sprayer. I then adapted the hose to a barb fitting at the end and then got a pipe,plug the same size as the master fill port, drilled and tapped the barb fitting into it, then attached to pump hose.
Once completed I now can thread the plug into the master, fill the sprayer tank with brake fluid, pump it up to about 20 pounds and let it rip. Start at farthest wheel cylinder and let it squirt until clean fluid, then work my way up. Once done I really put the pressure up,and check for leaks. Works great!
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