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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 04:48 PM
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Whatever happened to plain old gravity bleeding?
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Whatever happened to plain old gravity bleeding?
That's how I do it...everyone's in such a rush these days......

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I've always used a vacuum pump. Just can't do that when caliper on other side of rear. I'd pull air into reservoir before I could come around and fill it.

Did the zip tie on the lever thing and front feels better than it has in the year I've owned bike. After a good night of sleep (finally) I'll give it a test ride tomorrow. Will be nice to have a front brake that actually stops bike. At least that is what I'm hoping for now.
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