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Old 04-14-2008, 06:14 PM   #21  
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I thought it was only women who saythe car is "on" when actually it's"running".
LOL, Oh Canada !
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:25 PM   #22  
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Well, im going to buy a manual power bleeder, it seems the 'safest' method, even if it might get tiring from pumping.

I used speedbleeders but the earl's I got were longer than stock, due to the valve. So I had to guess on how hard/far to screw them in, and I crushed 1. I got the part number from a post on this site so at least I knew it worked for someone. Not me. Argh.

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Yeah, I did the same thing with one of mine. No biggie, I put a stocker on that caliper until I get a replacement. They don' really need to be that tight.
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