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Old 06-10-2004, 04:30   #1 (permalink)
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Changing front brakes.. bleeding??

i need new pads on the front, when i normally change them i only bleed the front, although should i bleed all four wheels????
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Re: Changing front brakes.. bleeding??

Its not necessary but not a bad practice to keep. You just never know if there is any trapped air. Plus it usually gives me piece of ming knowing Ive done the rear brakes while I was at it.
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you should not need to bleed any of them unless you have a weeping seal
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