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Did the trick
from Anchorage, Alaska
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Comments about Goodridge Brake Speed Bleeder (8mm x 1.25):
If you had any idea all the work that has gone into rebuilding the brakes on my '77 XS750 cafe racer project, you would already understand what a godsend these bleeders were. Long story short, as the commercial says, "Brake bleeders: $16 and change. Having brakes that no longer dump DOT-3 all over the garage floor over night: priceless."The only downside is that the threads are coated with some kind of sealant that makes the bleeder feel like it's fully seated long before it really is, so make sure it really is snug. But that's just a minor thing, and not a problem as long as you know to watch out for it.Buy them -- you won't be dissapointed.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Makes Bleeding Brakes Easy
from Allentown, PA
I've installed these on all of my bikes, and provided the master cylinder is bled, these make bleeding the rest of the system a breeze. While not necessary, a vacuum tool helps speed up the bleeding process by drawing fluid quickly through the system.
Goodridge Brake Speed Bleeder
from Victoria, British Columbia
I installed six of these bleeders on my '07 Goldwing. It made it very easy to run new brake fluid through the brake lines by myself, the Goldwing is more complicated than most motorcycles due to the linked braking system and the anti-dive function. I will still probably buy a vacuum system to do a complete change of fluid (air bleed then fill)but that will probably be easier with these bleeders.
from Crestview, FL
I installed these on my GL1000 about three years ago, and am now installing them on all five of our bikes, and the car. Anything that makes doing routine maintenance easier is a definite plus.