Aain TM106 1-Liter Vacuum Brake Fluid Bleeder With 3/8" Npt Max Capacity For Most Vehicles Made In Taiwan
Item: Brake Bleeder Pump
Size: 1 liter
- Air compressor required. Features a working pressure of 70-110 PSI.Capacity: 3/8" Npt; max capacity: 1 liter (330Z); max pressure: 113 PSI
- Universal rubber fitting holds securely on brake bleed screw.
- Features a convenient hanging hook and locking trigger that allows for hands-free operation. It will hold the bottle upright while you focus on other aspects of the job.
- A transparent drain hose allows visual inspection of the old fluid during bleeding.
- Take away the dirty brake fluid from the tank; Put in the new fluid; Start the car and connect the hose between the equipment and the brake branch pump; Twist the screw to be loose, but not completely. Turn off the valve after screwing when finished.
Pneumatic Powered Brake Fluid Bleeder (Requires Air Compressor)
Working pressure: 71-113 PSI
Capacity: 1 L
Max Pressure: 113 PSI
Convenient Hang Hook and Lockable Trigger.
Professional quality for the shop or DIY home garage.
|Item Weight||15 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||9.5 x 5.8 x 5.8 inches|
|Power Source||Hand Powered|
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I've been using one of the schlong pump (brass with red rubber handles) style bleeder for about 10 years and my God I wish I knew about this. It makes bleeding brakes an absolute breeze, when it used to be a chore.You probably need a decent sized compressor to use this though. I have a 5.2hp 25 gallon and it runs most of the time I'm using it. So it does use a lot of air to work. If you have the right tools though... You absolutely need this in your life.
Super easy to use. Game changer for doing brake work. Large reservoir is handy too.
Keep pressures low, I used full pressure and it will suck a master cylinder dry in seconds. TUrn down your air regulator or just feather the trigger to "just" let a little air flow and it was perfect. Good price, did what I needed it to.
Looks to be built well and works great. Used it to install new brake calipers on Ford Excursion. First time using a vacuum bleeder, the best way to go.