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New to us car, has a broken bleeder. Strange calipers. Any particular approaches for repair?


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It have the brass bushing in it? If not Split the
halfs. Pull the pistons drill and use the square extractor only. Tiny heat too. Strange make a bleeder kit. Bleeder kit # P2365F. New seal kit too. I have repaired many.
 
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It have the brass bushing in it? If not Split the
halfs. Pull the pistons drill and use the square extractor only. Tiny heat too. Strange make a bleeder kit. Bleeder kit # P2365F. New seal kit too. I have repaired many.


Funny one side does, and the other does not. The side that does I figured I would just pull the assembly and replace it. The side that doesn't, pull it apart, drill it and tap it for the brass bleeder kit? Simple as that? I wonder if I can even find similar items locally.


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Yep simple as that. Tomorrow morning i will check in my box. I think i have some spares. If i do. USPS. How many you need?
 
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Yep simple as that. Tomorrow morning i will check in my box. I think i have some spares. If i do. USPS. How many you need?


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Yep simple as that. Tomorrow morning i will check in my box. I think i have some spares. If i do. USPS. How many you need?


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To Bleed or No to Bleed? That is the question!
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Yep simple as that. Tomorrow morning i will check in my box. I think i have some spares. If i do. USPS. How many you need?


Received last night! Thank you Friend!


That is good to see racers helping racers.


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I come here alot to try to keep up with what's going on. Usually it's the same crap with Ed running his mouth and insulting people. This is a nice change, racers helping racers.
 
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Indeed you guys. Seems like there is always someone I haven't met yet, who is another great fellow racer.

Now to get whatever this black stuff is off of the calipers. Never seen this before. Some more soaking and back into the ultrasonic cleaner.


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You are welcome.Glad i could help. Whats on the calipers? Powder coat?
 
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