pretty same as a car.
what is that supposed to do? just bleed them correctly and you don't need to mess around with that stuff. by keeping the brake lever pressed, all you are doing is driving the air bubbles into the fluid so you think you have a firmer feel, until you are driving down the road and realize the air will separate from the fluid.Joe said:On the front, tie the lever tight and leave it over night. I used rope. Simple. ON the rear, no clue, havent done em yet, but I hear you can hang a 5lb weight on the pedal overnight and it will work as well.
Yep I used to do that pump, crack, curse, bleed, curse some more way of bleeding my brakes, now I use the mityvac and it saves lot of time. I use it for my car too.RACER X said:get a mityvac ~$30, it'll save you loads of time, and you can use it on all your vehicles.
fierospeeder said:btw, you can bleed them without any tubing at all. you can squirt brake fluid all over the place.
haha, that's what my neighbor does his car brakes. he was about to do it and I was like"I don't care that you do it, just let me move my car first."
JLAUDIO29 said:wow its just not fricken working... im at wits end with this crap i should be able to do it with out that vac crap i just dont understand this... ive done it on cars before.. what is going on with this crap