Brake Bleeders (Power)
Suffolk GameServer LAN
Fri, 23 May 2003 21:26:14 -0400
Both good ways to do the power bleeder.
I toss more "props" to the Ace sprayer as it has more volume for fluid,
and the backwards syphon level (neat!)
I bought one from something like germanauto parts in upstate NY.
~$45 which was my price limit.
Cheaper than the motive products $69 one linked eariler but more
than both of yours.
It has volume, gauge and a cap to fix Audi, VW and Saab, BMW etc......
Not affliated but feel free to lower my next purchase.
-Scott in BOSTON
From: Ti Kan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Bleeding brakes on A6 Quattro
To: email@example.com (Chuck Pierce)
Date: Sun, 18 May 2003 18:28:42 -0700 (PDT)
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard Hoffman), email@example.com
Or you can make your own:
I did, and it costed me less than $30. More importantly, it was a fun
little project to do.
2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
1984 5000S turbo
1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
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Chuck Pierce writes:
> Check this out.
> Makes brake and clutch bleeding a bunch easier ,consistent and quicker.
The Eezibleed works real nice for a cost of about $35.
And takes very little shop storage space since you use your tire as a