Earls 280021ERL Solo Bleed Brake Bleeder, 3/8-24 Inch Thread Size
Universal Fit, 3/8"-24 x 1-11/64" thread Fitting End A
Brake bleeding has always been an inconvenient and messy job. Commercial shops typically use an expensive pressure bleeder which, unless used properly, can introduce air bubbles into the system through cavitation. Earl's SOLO-BLEED bleeder screws solve both problems. A direct replacement for the original equipment bleeders, SOLO-BLEED allows one person to safely bleed brakes without a mess and with no chance of air inclusion.
- Prevents Air Inclusion
- Direct Replacement For OE Bleeders
- One Person Bleeds Safely Without The Mess
- No Chance Of Air Bubbles
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