[DML] Re: Shade Tree Mechanic (MT Bleeder)
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[DML] Re: Shade Tree Mechanic (MT Bleeder)



Short Answer: 8mm 

To make my life easy I pulled the stock bleed screw out and tossed it.
I replaced it with part # SB7100sss from www.speedbleed.com.
It's a bleed screw with a check valve in it. Open it once, put a
hose on it (they have a great bleeder bag combo on the website), pump 
the clutch until the new fluid comes out clean (make sure you keep
the resevoir full-Castrol, GTLMA Dot 4 ), remove the bleed bag, 
tighten the bleed screw, put the protective rubber cap on it(comes 
with the new bleed screw). Repeat every two years (same for the brake 
system).
Nice, neat, clean.
The part # above is for the stainless steel version (why not?) or
they do have plain steel, just drop the last two ss from the part #.

Stephen
Vin 3601






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