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Brett in CO
Uses 2 different sizes of tubing on each end; The portion of the bleeder that goes towards the caliper utilizes a smaller tube size than will fit on the bleed nipple of my caliper. I got the appropriate size to fit, but it was a very loose fit on the nipple of the one way valve. Lucky the kit includes clamps to hold the hose on and it just barley held it there. Concerned that after multiple uses it'll no longer work. That being said, it did made bleeding the brakes much easierRead All Reviews
Jacob in OK
After a while your brakes start to lose performance and unless you have a bead blaster or want to use sandpaper to clean the old glazing and chemicals off you need this. Instead of getting new rotors and wanting to get that braking performance back use this and get the circular contact area back and clean up the rotors.Read All Reviews
Stephen in FL
I got some snazzy brake lines with aluminum fittings. When I flush my brake fluids I use new soft aluminum crush washers so I don't damage my fancy banjo bolts when I tighten things down. You should, too.Read All Reviews
terry in TX
perfect fit. just what i needed. my factory ktm banjo bolt has the bleeder valve in it and it broke trying to bleed my back brakes. got this one to replace it. this one has a one way valve in it. makes bleeding the brakes easy. and as always, tusk parts are quality.Read All Reviews
Larry in TX
This thing is pretty small, so it doesn't give you a whole lot to grab when you are trying to work a piston out. I also kept having the tool work itself out of the piston, because the machined aluminum doesn't have enough grip to hold the inside of the piston very well. Doesn't work at all for getting out stuck pistons, but if you somewhat regularly change seals and your piston is corrosion free you can ever so slowly get them out with this tool. Just expect to keep having to reinsert and tighten it a few times through the process. There is a small cir-clip opposite of the end you adjust with a 3mm Allen, and it fell off. I was able to use a cir-clip for a carb needle to fix the tool, but kind of disappointed since it's Motion Pro.Read All Reviews