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size of clear tubing for bleeding brakes?

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by htuong95, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. htuong95

    htuong95 [OP] Have a nice day

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    I have a 2001 v6 Tacoma. I going to bleed my brakes soon. Thanks.
     
  2. betardfoosier

    betardfoosier Well-Known Member

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    I highly recommend you get a Mity-Vac from O'Reilly, it will make bleeding your brakes soooooooo easy, a 1-man job. They are like $36, totally worth it.
     
  3. WASTE MANAGEMENT

    WASTE MANAGEMENT Well-Known Member

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    Mity-vac is well worth the money.
     
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