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Old 06-16-2004, 02:48 AM
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Bleeding Brakes on a 1952 chevy

Hello every one:
I am vary new to the car world. My family is big into hot rodding. So I thought that I would give it a try.
My question is this. I need to bleed the breakes but have no idea how or where to even start.

Can anyone guide me through this?

Much appreciated

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Old 06-16-2004, 03:36 AM
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This question really belongs in the Suspension - Brakes - Steering

One of the moderators may move this soon.

All the information you need is already here on the board. Since your new, we'll help you out.

Go up and click the "search" button, type in bleeding brakes, and then select the Suspension, brakes and steering forum.

You will find a number of posts. With not know if your system was modified, original or whatnot, this is the simplist way for you to get your answere without one of us repeating something thats been addressed many times before.

Once you read the threads, let us know if you found what you need. If you don't then please post in the proper section and give as much information as you can.

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