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Motion Pro’s Hydraulic Brake Bleeder aids in the bleeding and servicing of hydraulic brakes and makes bleeding brakes a 1-person job. The bleeder allows fluid and air to escape while preventing air from re-entering the system. Includes instructions and hose.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Perfect fit and function
from Denver, CO
Comments about Motion Pro Hydraulic Brake Bleeder:
I used this product to replace the disc brake fluid in my '08 Honda 750 Shadow Aero and it worked perfectly! Good detailed directions were provided with the valve. Enabled me to do it without a helper.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Great little tool
By Handy Dandy Dude
from Fort Myers, Fla
Used this to change the brake fluid and the clutch fluid on my 2010 GoldWing...........and it worked great. Simple easy to understand instructions made this job a piece of cake.
By Dana J.
from Bradenton, FL
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Product is of good quality, and a reasonable cost. However, after trying this, I did not get the results I was expecting. I also purchased a vacuum pump, which was unsuccessful as well. I finally used the "gravity bleeding" method which requires no tools at all, and that worked perfectly! Maybe I'm just impatient.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Great addition to the tool box
from Hill Country, Texas
Works great. Be sure and use the clamp on the nipple. Probably works better than the vacuum pump; at least it is easier.a friend has one without the clip. He said the clip made the tool work like it should. Hold it upright at first to prime it. then vent to a container after primed. (easier than it sounds)
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