Brake bleeding.....

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  1. Jan 21, 2020 #21

    pwood66889

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    Make Good Notes while the experience is fresh, Mad... You'll need `em!
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    pwood66889......no written notes needed in this case.
    When something scars you for life the way this experience has,the memory tends to etch itself into your subconscious and my survival instincts should kick in automatically next time.

    This is one of those times that I can honestly say that I'm baffled with the whole bleeding procedure.
    This system did not act like a .....well....."brake system".
    It was doing things that it should not have been doing and wasn't doing things that it should have been doing.
    Even the A&P was getting his patience worn thin by the time it was over.

    I'm not going to lie.....I should probably find religion and go to confession to repent for the obscenities that I spouted while trying to purge 5 master cylinders and the maze of lines under the dash.

    They say what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger......
    I'm BULLET PROOF at this point.....

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    Hot Wings...... I've never really been afraid of bears,they're more growl than bite.

    Warthogs,on the other hand,are a whole other story.....they have one hell of a bite as they sing a lullaby......lol

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