I don't want Speed bleeders. They are over priced and I don't care
about the valve technology built into them.
I just want a standard bleeder made out of stainless steel (even brass
would do). I don't want a bleeder screw that will rust into the
caliper and break-off 10 years down the road.
======================================On Tue, 12 Sep 2006 14:46:55 -0400, "Frank from Deeeetroit"
Well I bleed every couple of years when I flush-out all the old brake
fluid. But what I didn't say is that I have a 1994 F350 which is used
for snow plowing & salting which causes massive corrosion everywhere
underneath the truck. So now I working my 2nd set of calipers & wheel
cylinders (I broke off all the bleeder screws again), not to mention I
just replaced all the brake lines & the proportioning valve (which had
the bleeder rusted shut).
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