[ROVERNET - UK] Re: rear brake bleed line?
anders at xoz.dk
Fri Dec 21 19:50:30 GMT 2007
Yep, that's exactly it....ahl
Vern Klukas said the following on 21-12-2007 19:48:
> Pretty simple, all you need is a short piece of brake pipe with male
> ends and a male to male adapter. Pipe goes where the bleed screw was,
> male adapter goes on the end of the pipe and the bleed screw goes in
> the male adapter and you are good to go.
>> In the photo, it seems you have attached a long brake pipe to the
>> bleed screw hole, making the bleed much easier. How? thanks!
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>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anders Hedelund" <anders at xoz.dk>
>> To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
>> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 6:58 AM
>> Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Getting on - and some photos
>>> Our house by the sea was burglarized yesterday, so after cleaning
>>> the mess I had an opportunity to go to the workshop and do a couple
>>> of long postponed things:
>>> Coolant expansion tank:
>>> http://xoz.dk/ahl/auto/AfterFredFlintstone/ahl_4268.html shows a
>>> FIAT unpressurized tank behind left hand light unit. It was still
>>> half full after 10 years of storage.
>>> Bleeding rear brakes:
>>> http://xoz.dk/ahl/auto/AfterFredFlintstone/ahl_4282.html and on
>>> shows how I used an additional length of tube to get easy access for
>>> the otherwise awkward job.
>>> Front inertia seat belts in MK1 cars:
>>> http://xoz.dk/ahl/auto/AfterFredFlintstone/ahl_4292.html and on
>>> shows how I did it.
>>> All three things have been previously discussed and described here
>>> in Rovernet.
>>> ..Anders, Denmark
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