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Old 02-18-2019, 03:28 PM
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Brake Caliper Help (Orlando Area)

Hey guys! I am going to be replacing a sticky brake caliper and wanted to know if there were any peeps in the Longwood, Fl area that would be willing to help me bleed the brakes and install the new caliper. I'm used to changing out pads, but I've never dealt with bleeding the brakes, although it seems like a straight forward job. Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!

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Orlando's a bit of a ride on a work night, sorry. If you can't get someone to hold the pedal for you, you can get a mity-vac and vacuum bleed it.
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