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01 Nov 2021 18:44 #1 by Matt Gunsch
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The bleed fitting is on the opposite end of the caliper from the brake line, usually a 1/4 wrench to open and close. easiest way to bleed is with a pump oiler fitted with a section of clear vinyl tubing that fits tightly on the oiler and bleed fitting.

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01 Nov 2021 16:10 #2 by Larry McCartin
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Thanks for asking. Cleveland.

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31 Oct 2021 10:23 #3 by Matt Gunsch
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what brake calipers ? goodyear or clevelands ?

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30 Oct 2021 19:40 #4 by Larry McCartin
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I just had to add Brake fluid to my Coupe for the first time in 6 years. It is a 1946 415-C. I can't seem to find the bleed screw on the back plates of the landing gear. With a car it is usually a nut with a hole in it for bleeding. Any advise? Regards, Larry  N93436 Grants, NM

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