Reviewed By ryan j (CORNVILLE, ME) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado —6/9/2017 5:18 AM
Used it on a stuburn caliper and within 10 minutes bleed out after spending hours the old way. I'll never go back again to the old ways of brake bleeding
Reviewed By Dave H (Fremont, OH) —5/21/2014 3:36 AM
I had a bleeder screw that I been trying everything to break it loose. almost was ready to buy a new caliper, but I figure that id try this tool out first. I connected to an air hammer put the socket on, and put it to work , within 30 seconds it broke it loose, this tool works awesome!!!
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