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Old 10-27-2010, 06:24 AM   #3
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You will need to pump your clutch multiple times. YOU WILL NEED TO PEOPLE to bleed your clutch and or brakes.
Personally, I hate people. That's why I have a vacuum bleeder kit. It's the fastest way to bleed brakes, and the most efficient. This is a pic of the Acutron version. A company named Miti-Vac has both plastic and metal versions. The Acutron looks a little heavier duty for about the same price as the cast metal MV. I use a cheap $20 plastic body Miti-Vac for brake jobs. It's done it's job for many years now.

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