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5 / 5
Works well
Posted30 January 2011
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TalkingHoarse
fromNewcastle upon Tyne
Age Group: 55 - 64
Gender: Male
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This is basically a pipe with 1-way valve to attach to bleed nipple for car brake bleeding. I couldnt use the Gunson's pressurised kit on my classic car as it has an odd master cylinder cap without screw thread.
It worked really well indeed - fresh fluid flushed in and bled all by myself with no mess. Very simple and well recommended. Wish I had one of these 20 years ago.
One tip - a plastic milk carton has same screw thread as the bottle supplied - and so easily acts as a waste container and saves the supplied bottle getting scruffy.
I recommend this product!
I like:easy to use, simple, cheap
+15points
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Does this contain a one-way valve?

i.e. a one-way valve would mean when pumping the brake pedal, air won't be sucked in at the bleed valve.
Yes it does. You can bleed the car brakes single handed. Just need to attatch the tube & bottle, release the bleed nipple, pump the pedal, and keep topping up the master cylinder.
Simple & quick.
3 years, 5 months ago
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