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Old 08-27-2012, 05:00 AM   #21
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If you REALLY want to get all the air out for sure, maybe a self bleeding vacuum pump will help. A good one of course

http://www.bikebandit.com/bikemaster...e-bleeding-kit
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I have one of those for sale, could save yourself half the price !lol
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If pumping the lever builds no pressure it sounds like the master cylinder has a bad seal in it.
May need a rebuild.
I had the same no lever pressure last week and it turned out to be the master cilinder. 30 bucks and 15 minuets later it was fixed. Very simple to do.
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harbor freight is selling a generic mighti vac with the pump and fluid reservoir for 22.00 w/ or w/o coupon if i remember correctly. looks just like the 99.00 one above (no plastic carry case) but def is the way to go for bleeding your brakes, also speed bleeders would help. i have hard a hard time getting both the box end wrench AND the vinyl tubing to fit on the nipple at the same time is my only problem. Extended nipple would be nice.
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