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Re: questions....

Yeah. It does make a difference. Because when you bleed the air out of
the system air is lighter than the fluid and raises up to the top. The
Two bleeder valves i believe were used if you wanted to flush the system
out or bleed them but the aftermarket guies dont realize that some of us
may need to flush the system out but the one valve that comes on your new
calipers should be up on top. You know what i mean, L8r ! Brakes are

>From Chris Swafford:www.geocities.com/motorcity/garage/4265/
537Buckeye 36LSB  S.W. Corner of Cinti,Oh In the Hills
71'Beautiful stock Squareback half in primer
73'Squareback (More than solid)Rear end hell! Any Suggestions?
68'Bug w/swingaxle (I hate thoes)Oh well!

On Thu,  9 Jul 98 19:26:52 PST8PDT ccandgc@marinternet.com (Chad) writes:
>I was messing around with the pedal assembly, and the
>pedal fell foreward and the cable managed to come loose. How do I 
>I bought remanufactured late model calipers from Bill & Steve's, and 
>had only 1 bleeder valve on them. Is that normal? I thought they had 
>2. Well,
>I put them on, with the bleeder valve on the down side. Is this ok? 
>Should it 
>be on the top? Does it make a  difference?

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