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Author Subject: Rear Brake bleed
Welly Forum Admin

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Post #1
The rear brake bleed is the same principle as the fronts..
It is explained in more detail
HERE
I strongly recomend reading this first


Ready Lets begin

Take the rear wheel off etc and get to this

If you dont know how to SAFELY read THIS

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Posted 25th Dec 2005 at 03:21
Welly Forum Admin

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Post #2
This is the rear bleed nipple, It has a cover over it and depending on how dirty your car is may be caked in mud..

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Posted 10th Dec 2004 at 16:40
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Post #3
This is what Lurks under it

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Posted 10th Dec 2004 at 16:38
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Post #4
Attach the Bleed kit on to the end Of the nipple,
That spanner is a 8mm spanner

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Posted 10th Dec 2004 at 16:39

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