Next I like to do the next closest caliper and then the one that is farthest away. My friend has a newer Kawasaki Brute Force It is currently Tue Jul 10, OK once you have fluid going past the bolts then you need to tighten them up so you stop the large fluid leak and alsao stop air from getting in. He hauls a full tank of weed spray which must weigh close to a couple hundred pounds around some very steep terrain. I have 26" mud-lites, so that probobly doesn't help, but it still seams too bad.
i had to bleed the rear brakes on my arctic cat 650 i got…
I have read that new AC's and I would guess others need to have a break in period for the brakes. My problem is that i had TOO much moisture in the system. Wouldn't own one if you gave it to me. On the first trip to the U. When I replaced my lines in the front pumping the break did absolutely nothing,,,I guess those of you that pumped the break and it pushed the fluid down got real lucky.
Help! Bleeding brakes!
Also, did the brakes fade out all of a sudden or where they getting "squishy" before that? Quote message in reply? The guy that does my four wheeler work says they are impossible to move used. Nov Member Location: Results 1 to 20 of Thanks again for y'all's input.
Fill the rezzie, pump the brake a bunch of times then hold it, now release the bleeder valve. But pressure bleeders that are worth a count are few and far between and costly! Create Account now to join. Hi,about reverse bleed,are you not pushing air bubbles,plus dirt,old varnished fluid back to master cylinder. Check the caliper outlet hole while you're at it to see if it is blocked as well. Just gotta be persistent with it.