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Merkur Phoenix Systems Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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Phoenix Systems V-5 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder Reviews


Works great despite feeling cheap.

Reviewed By Michael H (APPLE CREEK, OH) —8/26/2014 3:20 AM

I'm pleasantly surprised to say this thing does a great job! It feels light and cheap in your hand, and upon unblocking I was worried. But after using it on a system that is notoriously difficult to pedal bleed, I am a happy camper. While it can be used by yourself, it is still handy to have a helper watch the master cylinder for overflow. Great product!

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Phoenix Systems Brake Free Bleed Screw Remover Reviews


bleed screw remover that really works

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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Phoenix Systems V-12 Reverse Brake Bleeder Kit Reviews


If your not a pro it can be a litle overwelming.

Reviewed By george c (LONGVIEW, WA) Reviewed for a 1989 GMC C/K 1500 —6/19/2013 1:00 AM

So when I got Phoenix V-12 and open it my first impression was what is all these fitting for. I just want to bleed my brakes and flush the system. So if you think this can be done in ten minutes like the adds say I got some news for you. It will take that long to jack up the vehicle, than remove the wheels. If your master cyclinder in on a slant you will have to jack the rear up to level it. wow, now of this was in the ad. I have always done my brakes with someone working the brake pedal and me turning the bleeder a few times till the air is out. Now I feel I have to go to college and get a degree to remember all the steps I have to do with the Phoenix. Sure you can do it by your self and that is what the ad says. hey, don't forget to buy a brake pedal depresser or make one. your will need it to use the Phoenix. Also not in the ad. So after reading and watching the video many times I was ready to give it a try. Then reality set in and I did it the old way with a friend a put the Phoenix for sale. Great product though. I hope this helps.

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