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Rear Caliper Removal

Old 09-03-2007, 04:24 PM
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Rear Caliper Removal

When removing the rear calipers/lines and you have to drain the brake fluid, where should you drain it from. The caliper bleeding screw, the brake line banjo fitting on the caliper or the brake line where it connects to the chassis?
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it doesn't matte where you drain from, the important part is that you bleed the lines after everything is put back together. long time no see where you been?
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