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I'm replacing the brakes on a 1984 Jeep CJ7 w/out power brakes master cylinder to caliper, hard lines, flex lines, everything. I have bench bled master cylinders before but I figure since the lines will be dry why not just prime/bleed the entire system once I have everything replaced? I have at least four very capable legs to pump the pedal while I keep the reservoirs topped off. Any input?
 

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Bleed the master cylinder first without a doubt then buy/borrow/steal a mighty vac and bleed the brakes. The mighty vac is money and time well spent.
 

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Did mine last week, bench bled the master, hooked it up, then gravity bled all four wheels. Went thru about 50 ounces of fluid, but have great pedal now.
 
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