Re: [GFS] dumb question
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Re: [GFS] dumb question



John
We Goldenfinners are industrious!
I also bleed my own brakes,,except for maybe the right rear.
John Paxos usually helps me with that one. But I always have a new TURKEY BASTER ready to use!

I bleed them every year to remove any kooties and moisture by the cylinders.
I use DOT 3
Easy on the rubber,,but it does absorb H2O

ED
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  From: Bjwt56@xxxxxxx 
  To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 11:28 AM
  Subject: Re: [GFS] dumb question


  Ed and Brian:

         I too use a turkey baster.  It is a bit tedious, but it works.   I 
  also bleed the brakes by myself, so I know it can be done.

  John Teske


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