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*******www.brakebleeder**** *******www.twitter****/brakebleeder The brake bleeder by Phoenix Systems helps remove unwanted air bubbles by bleeding the brakes and forcing the air up through the lines removing all air bubbles. Watch this video to understand the many different ways this can be accomplished by this one amazing tool.
19 Apr 2011
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*******www.brakebleeder**** *******www.twitter****/brakebleeder The brake bleeder by Phoenix Systems helps remove unwanted air bubbles by bleeding the brakes and forcing the air up through the lines removing all air bubbles. Watch this video to understand the many different ways this can be accomplished by this one amazing tool.
19 Apr 2011
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-FAQ-Bleeding-Brakes.aspx All right today we are going to show you how to bleed hydraulic brakes on a trailer. First off you want to top off your master cylinder, with appropriate fluid. To pump the fluid from the master cylinder out, there is a couple of different ways of doing it. Sometimes it will have the emergency lever the and the safety chain will pull. Okay what you can do is unbolt the plate that holds the lever in place and then use that lever to actuate the master cylinder and force the fluid through. Some of them, you are going to have to go where the ball goes and manually activate it. Pull it in and out. Or like on this model here there might be a little lever underneath here that you could use.What I am going to do, just take off the cover off of our bleeder valve here and we will go ahead and open it up.
27 Mar 2010
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5 Jul 2011
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-FAQ-Bleeding-Brakes.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. All right today we are going to show you how to bleed hydraulic brakes on a trailer. First off you want to top off your master cylinder, with appropriate fluid. To pump the fluid from the master cylinder out, there is a couple of different ways of doing it. Sometimes it will have the emergency lever the and the safety chain will pull. Okay what you can do is unbolt the plate that holds the lever in place and then use that lever to actuate the master cylinder and force the fluid through. Some of them, you are going to have to go where the ball goes and manually activate it. Pull it in and out. Or like on this model here there might be a little lever underneath here that you could use. What I am going to do, just take off the cover off of our bleeder valve here and we will go ahead and open it up. Okay here we are just going to take a rubber hose and just slide it onto the bleeder itself. So then, all right we will put our line into a clear container. The reason why we are using a clear container is that when we pump the fluid, we know that until we get no bubbles coming out of the bottom then we know we have got pure fluid in there. No air. We will start on the wheel cylinder that is closest to the T where it splits off between the two. We have four wheel cylinders. We will do the back ones first. When you get clear fluid running out first through your bleeder valve, you can just go ahead and pull it back and hold it there and then shut off the bleeder valve.
20 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-FAQ-Replacing-Hydraulic-Coupler.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to show you how to replace a hydraulic coupler. In this case this one is damaged and is going to get replaced by a totally different model. First thing we are going to do is actually drain all the fluid from the master cylinder. And what we are actually going to do is open up one of the wheel cylinders and pump our fluid out and into a holding container. All right we will go to the wheel cylinder now and attach a rubber line to the bleeder valve and get our container ready. What we will do is take the cover off our bleeder valve here and we will go ahead and open it up. Okay, here we just take a rubber hose and just slide it on to the bleeder valve itself. All right and then we will just run the other half of the hose into an empty container here and start draining the fluid out of the master cylinder. And so to pump this out what we are going to do is actually we are going to use the actual breakaway lever right here to actually do the work for us. All right we will go ahead and put our cap back on. Then we will go ahead and take off our connection to our master cylinder here. When pumping it dry that will keep the fluid from coming out and ruining the paint. All right and then the next thing we will do is just unbolt our coupler. All right next is we are going to do a quick test on our new coupler. Now we are not going to use the same one as before. We are going with a different model. So basically you want to take an inventory of what is going on here. It is going to use two existing bolts already in the frame. We are going to drill the third one back here. So it looks like we are going to have to get rid of this zip tie here. And also we will have to modify our brake line here to wrap around into the back of the coupler itself. All right, with our two bolts then, we will just go ahead and tighten those down. All right next we are going to go ahead and use a 1/ 2 inch drill bit for our 1/ 2 inch bolts. And we will just use this bit just to mark a hole in steel. All right, from our 1/ 2 inch bit we will go up to a 3/ 8 bit and just work our way up. Next what we are going to do is we are going to hook up the hydraulic line. Just pull out the little dust cap there. And then our line, we are just going to have to manipulate it just a little bit to make the curve. Just as long as you do not put a kink in it you will be okay. Okay, once it stops about an eighth of a turn past, that usually does it. All right, double check your lines. Make any adjustments as necessary. Okay.
21 Oct 2010
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