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From the web site "Bleeding brakes doesn't have to be hard"... My opinion: "Bleeding brakes doesn't have to be done often enough to justify buying/installing this new thingamajigy"
 

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84FXRP:

Thanks. I rechecked the website. SB3824HD is the part number from speedbleeder.com. It was a bit late when I posted ...... :duh?:
 

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I have them on my Deuce. Not really a neccessity but they do make it a bit easier to bleed the brakes, especially the front.
I've spent $15 on less useful things.
 

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gunnut said:
I have them on my Deuce. Not really a neccessity but they do make it a bit easier to bleed the brakes, especially the front.
I've spent $15 on less useful things.
Same here. I bought for both RK and Dyna.
Flatline
 

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What metal are they made from? The web site doesn't say. My bike sees a fair amount of rain and humidity since I don't have a garage and live by the ocean. The only things that I haven't been able to prevent rust on are my brake bleeder valves and the spacers on my rear shocks. If I could find bleeder valves that were made of stainless (or anything that won't rust), I would be a happy man. Thanks
 

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I got Russell and they work like a charm. I bought em and held on to them till I did work on the front brake, then changed them out. Like was said before, I've wasted $15 a lot quicker and on far stupider things. Pay for themselves the next time you want to bleed your brakes.
 
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