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Old 07-20-2010, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by layback40 View Post
If you are lucky & fill the master with fluid before you fit it & provided fluid has not drained back out of the lines, you can get away with out re-bleeding the system. I have done it many times. You are probably getting tired of bleeding brakes & have a big supply of spent fluid !!
Yes, I am definitely tired of bleeding and buying new fluid. Doesn't the fluid have to be drained out of the lines? Or can you drain it where the lines attach to the cylinder so it stays in the calipers/lines?

Thank you whunter for the parts numbers! My computer will not open the EPC anymore, it doesn't like the Java application.
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