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clubmyke 04-06-2008 11:33 AM

what is the easiest/efficent way to bleed trailer brakes without making a mess ? <BR> <BR>i was looking at a vacuum pumps and there are different ones- any suggestions ?

pri3st 04-06-2008 11:42 AM

<a href="http://www.speedbleeder.com/" target="_blank">http://www.speedbleeder.com/</a>

clubmyke 04-06-2008 11:57 AM

wow !!! way cool !! many thanks !1

w00taz 04-06-2008 2:39 PM

I do it the old way I use a mityvac hand suction pump. Works great.

99_slaunch 04-06-2008 2:58 PM

Crack the bleeders open and let gravity take over. Just don't let the master cylinder get dry.

alanp 04-06-2008 9:15 PM

i second the mityvac works great.

wake_upppp 04-06-2008 9:42 PM

Aaron, you can't be serious...

99_slaunch 04-07-2008 9:40 AM

Why not? It will push the air out yes or no? I have seen it done many times and work just fine.

w00taz 04-07-2008 5:20 PM

yea as long as the master cyl is higher than the outlets and there arent any "high spots" where air can settle in the lines. Basically brake lines have to be run like sewage. Gravity bleeding works well too im just impatient.

peter_c 04-07-2008 7:18 PM

You still need to use a giant pry bar and work it just like a car, in that you pump the master up, then open the bleeders. I didn't look at the link above, but a pressure bleeder is the way to go.


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