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So I need some help
I upgraded to the brake lines from jesse norton
I saw a previous post about leaning the bike to the left to get the last bubble?
If I am not using a vacuum, whats the best way to do a proper bleed and have the brake lines nice n tight?
do I need to put some fluid on the bleed screw?
You can do it by holding the lever in - opening the bleed screw - lever will go to handlebar - keep holding it - close bleed screw. Repeat until you have a good lever and don't see air bubbles.
You can also wire tie the brake lever overnight to help get any residual air out of the line.
Be patient - sometimes takes a little more time and brake fluid than you expected.
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