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Hi all ., anyone know where to access Speed Bleeders for brakes and clutch ?

Seems they are the way to go for bleeding these systems.

Are they available in Canada?
 

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Just a quick word - make sure you check the master cylinders - the clutch master was full of... well... molasses... or so it seemed... Took me a bit to get it all out - make sure you have plenty of fluid because you want to flush all the crap through and OUT of your lines.
 

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Just checking this speed bleeder site and noticed ...
a " patented " thread sealer ?
Although the design of the one way valve is obviously a great thing and cant believe it took this long for it to be available ., i am wondering about the " patented sealant " that must provide a perfect seal when the bleeder is turned out 1/4 turn to do the procedure .?
Anyone know what this " patented " sealant is ?
 

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I dunno - but it works as advertised. I have no affiliation other than a very satisfied customer.
 

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Thanks again dad , have found that a good trick to clear the nasties out of the little holes in the brake master cyl. etc. is to vacume them out with a good wet/dry vacume cleaner . The crap will be removed much easier with an upward vacume than a downward picking.
 
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