[DML] Re: Brake Fluid.
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[DML] Re: Brake Fluid.

It settles into the low parts of the system, specifically the 
calipers in a brake system, or dips in the lines. It's not a cure-
all, the only true benefit is that it won't take paint off, which is 
why it's popular in most collector (museum) cars. You still need to 
maintain the car. 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
> If the brake fluid does not absorb moisture, where
> does it go??
> I like the fact that the moisture is trapped by the
> brake fluid.  This way when I bleed the braked, the
> water comes out with the brake fluid.
> --- bitsyncmater <david.mckeen@...> wrote:
> > 
> > That's a cool discovery.  We don't really need the
> > high temp capability 
> > of brake fluid for the clutch so why not use a fluid
> > that won't absorb 
> > moisture.
> > 
> > 


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