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I had to take my front calipers off and drain all the fluid out, and now that it is all back together I can't seem to get pressure back to it!

I'm going crazy :mad:

Any Help would much apreciated.
 

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Head to the auto parts store and pick up a vacuum brake bleeder. If you're going to do brake jobs yourself, this will be the best $30 you ever spent. This will allow you to put vacuum to the bleeder on the caliper and suck the fluid down through the lines.
 

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Yep, what Jarel said. If you can't find one at an auto parts store to fit the bike brake bleed fitting I've seen one listed on Dale's site or you could google "Mityvac Brake Bleeder".

http://www.holeshot.com/tools
 

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I have to agree. I bought a plastic Mityvac bleeder kit at an auto parts store for around $20. I've had it almost eight years and I don't know what I'd so without it. It makes replacing the brake fluid a five minute job on the front brakes and a three minute job on the rear. Worth its weight in gold!
 
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