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Russell Speed Bleeders 1/4" - 28

Russell 639540

799-639540

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Russell Speed Bleeders 1/4" - 28 $11.99
Speed Bleeders
  • 1/4'' - 28
  • 1'' Overall Length
  • 2/pkg.

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    639540

    Bleeding your brake or clutch line has never been easier or simpler!

    These revolutionary new speed bleeder screws are similar to a stock bleed valve, except feature a spring loaded ball check valve inside. When tightened down it seals the brake system just like a stock screw. To bleed the brakes, just open the valve 1/4 to 1/2 turn and the internal check valve prevents any fluid from escaping until the brake pedal is pumped. When the pedal is pumped the pressure created opens the valve and permits any trapped air to escape.

    Features:
  • Makes bleeding brakes a one person task
  • Available to fit virtually any hydraulic brake or clutch system, metric and standard sizes
  • Uses OEM style sealing area to guarantee a positive leak-proof seal
  • Dust protection cap is standard with each bleeder screw
  • Speed bleeders permanently replace original bleeder screw
  • Sold as a pair. 2/pkg.

  • 639540 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes life simple I used these along with a power bleeder and catch bottle. After installing these I could do a bleed in under ten minutes by myself.
    Date published: 2017-10-24
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from One use ruined all of mine The threadsealer on them, although necessary, gave me problems. That and the very, very small size of the 1/4" bleeders. I could not tell when the bleeder was seated fully. It wasn't a solid stop like a typical bleeder. My concerns grew worse when I decided to pull em out for the originals. I couldn't get them back out. The tip crushed then expanded to a point that interfered with the threads on removal. It took a hard pull and working it around with a pair of pliers to get them out. This probably wouldnt have been a problem on a larger bleeder, but for me, these don't havd enough strength being so small and are imho low grade steel. Very low. I did manage to bleed mine, but it took over 1 hr just to remove mine from damage. Strange considering I have aluminum calipers with brass bleeder fittings.
    Date published: 2016-10-16
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