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    Default Re: Brake Bleeding (With the help of a Motive Power Bleeder)

    Quote Originally Posted by soundmike View Post
    Did you ask? lol!
    Yes I did Mike! Not anyone in particular, I made a thread of my brakes and ask if anyone had one to lend but no one offered

    BTW the DIY bleeder, you would buy a new OE brake reservoir cap and drill a hole to fit the nipple for the hose

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    I never saw such request otherwise I would've lent you mine as well. But mine is out of commision I tore the hose some how and need to but on the replacement the sent me.
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    Default Re: Brake Bleeding (With the help of a Motive Power Bleeder)

    Quote Originally Posted by Black Betty View Post
    I'm curious Mike, is the pressure bottle itself special in some way? Is there any reason in the world I couldn't make one of these myself form a small pressurized garden sprayer, some tubing, a pressure gauge, and a master cylinder reservoir cap with a nipple fitted into it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDM Autosports View Post
    I never saw such request otherwise I would've lent you mine as well. But mine is out of commision I tore the hose some how and need to but on the replacement the sent me.
    Hahah I think you did offered me but then exactly told me it was out of commission! And still have no clue how you manage to eff that up.

    I can lend you my Motive Jeremy, I'll text you tomorrow if you don't see this message by then.

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    Default Re: Brake Bleeding (With the help of a Motive Power Bleeder)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.G37s^6mt View Post
    Hahah I think you did offered me but then exactly told me it was out of commission! And still have no clue how you manage to eff that up.

    I can lend you my Motive Jeremy, I'll text you tomorrow if you don't see this message by then.
    LOL...trust me Hieu, Jason, Ariel and I were wondering the same thing. We had just finished putting on my brakes and were rushing to get them bled and head out to Gabe's Bday party. I think when I was putting on the cap I was twisting it instead of popping it on and the hose twisted up. I need to get fixed it's about that time to bleed my brakes again.
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