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Old 05-20-2013, 07:17 PM
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hi i bench bled my master cyl. the rear bled first and then the front port. so i determined that the rear port was the front brakes. is this right? because the front brakes come on first. it is a remote fill. both reserviors i'm useing are 4 oz. front disc. rear drums. or doesn't it matter? JAN.

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One doesn't feed before the other,,Post a picture of it so we can say for sure,, But the bigger reservior is for the disc brake and the smaller one is for the drum brakes,,, The disc use's more fluid then the drum...But the m/c should push the same,,, adjustable proportioning valve's are used to slow down the pressure going to the back..
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i mean when i pushed in on the piston to bleed the master, the rear port pushed out fluid first, then the front pushed fluid, but not as much as the back. so would the rear port be the front brakes? there were no reserviors, i mounted 2 four oz ones on the firewall for each port, it is a remote fill master.
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i mean when i pushed in on the piston to bleed the master, the rear port pushed out fluid first, then the front pushed fluid, but not as much as the back. so would the rear port be the front brakes? there were no reserviors, i mounted 2 four oz ones on the firewall for each port, it is a remote fill master.
I knew what you was saying... You need to post a picture of the M/C..

What did it come off of ???

The M/C should push the same on both..
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don't know what it came off of this came with my '33 willys prodject.
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don't know what it came off of this came with my '33 willys prodject.
Look's to be one of the newer M/C's someone took off the reservior..
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hey guys, i plumbed the brakes, bled the brakes, end results are beatiful brakes. 1 time bleeding i'm so happy, i'm going to throw a sirlion steak on the grill for me and the miss's who was my pedal pumper. THANKS GUYS FOR THE INFO. JAN.
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