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tomstanforster

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PostSubject: bleeding brakes   bleeding brakes EmptyWed Apr 06 2011, 17:02

i have ugraded all of my brakes on my mk1 ,but having no luck getting them to bleed up ive spent have a day today bleeding ,any1 got any pointers
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RS4Paul

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PostSubject: Re: bleeding brakes   bleeding brakes EmptyWed Apr 06 2011, 18:52

pop down to your local halfrauds and get a gunsons pressure bleeding kit they are about 20. It uses pressure from a spare tyre and you just go round and open up the bleed nipples ...job done would lend you mine but using it at the moment as got clutch problems on the rs4
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PostSubject: Re: bleeding brakes   bleeding brakes EmptyThu Apr 07 2011, 05:26

my friend used one of these the other week to bleed his clutch, looks good
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