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shelscot Scott B.
Olalla, WA, USA   USA
Swapped the CMC last weekend. Gunson EezBleed showed up yesterday and I just popped my cherry by doing the first clutch bleed on my Midget this morning. Piece of cake, although I will be installing a remote bleed kit for future ease. Pedal pressure feels strong and better than before winter storage. Just took her for the first proper drive of the season. Top down thru Gig Harbor WA, it was glorious lol.Ready for Spring.

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76lucas Gold Member Josh L
Floyd, VA, USA   USA
1978 MG Midget 1500
1979 MG Midget 1500 "Blue "parts" Car"
1999 Subaru Legacy "Daily Driver"
smileys with beer It's the little victories that keep us going.



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dogeddie Silver Member Andy L
Kaukauna, WI, USA   USA
I'm gonna have to look at investing in one of those. "Piece of cake" does not fit my experience with that job

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shelscot Scott B.
Olalla, WA, USA   USA
Dude, I'm not kidding it took longer to get her jacked up on stands than it took to bleed. The only negative was the three hoses with different gauges in the kit for the bleed end didn't quite fit on my CNC slave, which was custom with the Rivergate kit. It was a tad messier than I wanted, but wow so easy. Cracked that bleeder, fluid started to flow and sure enough out came the sputtering of air via the pressure of the EezBleed. Flat out money, no joke. Took 5 minutes all by myself.

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Chas 906 Chuck Peterson
Iron Mountain, MI, USA   USA
1961 MG Midget MkI "Little Red Rider"
I also have had great success with the Gunnson Ezibleed. Works off about 22-24 psi from the front tire or a spare. I would also recommend getting speed bleeders. I put a speed bleeder on my slave cylinder too. Robert Kirk from this forum sells them.

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ksis ken siskin
Carrollton, TX, USA   USA
Been looking into speed bleeders as well. Sure do miss driving the roads in Washington. Whidbey Island specifically!

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kirks-auto Platinum Member Robert Kirk
Davenport, IA, USA   USA
In reply to # 3905940 by Chas 906 I also have had great success with the Gunnson Ezibleed. Works off about 22-24 psi from the front tire or a spare. I would also recommend getting speed bleeders. I put a speed bleeder on my slave cylinder too. Robert Kirk from this forum sells them.

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