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AFCO 7010-0050 Bleeder Adapter for GM Metric Calipers, 4 Pack
AFCO 7010-0050 Bleeder Adapter for GM Metric Calipers, 4 Pack

AFCO 7010-0050 Bleeder Adapter for GM Metric Calipers, 4 Pack

Universal Fit, Steel, Natural, M10-1.5 Thread Pitch

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AFCO 7010-0050 Bleeder Adapter for GM Metric Calipers, 4 Pack
AFCO 7010-0050 Bleeder Adapter for GM Metric Calipers, 4 Pack
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MFG. Part #:
7010-0050
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Set
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Set of (4) Bleeder is 1/4"-28
Thread Pitch:
M10-1.5

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Brake pressure gauge bleeder screw adapters for GM metric calipers. Pack of 4.

Read more about bleeding brakes in our tech article, How To Bleed Your Brake Lines

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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