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 Lee B (Franklinton, NC) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —6/6/2017 8:31 AM
Added this to the 5,000 lbs Ultimate Air Bags and couldn't be happier. When I hook up my fifth wheel, grab the remote and with the push of a button level it right up. Then once in the truck if it still feels a bit "squishy" I can add in 10 lbs increments until it's perfect. A bit pricey but well worth it.
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When it comes to do-it-yourself automotive repair, one of the most misunderstood and daunting repairs is the brake system. Not only are there a lot of parts and components to contend with and a ton of mystery behind the mechanics of it, but brakes are hands-down the most essential safety feature on any vehicle—so you don’t wanna mess it up. Which is why the questions we see more than any others are always about how to bleed your brakes.
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