If you are a person that enjoys bleeding a master cylinder, you are a rarity!! The traditional method of bleeding a master cylinder involves a pair of rubber hoses that have to go from the ports on the master cylinder up and into the reservoir. Invariably, as soon as you start the process, one of the hoses pops out and slings brake fluid all over the shop and that is when you wish there was another way.
We are excited to announce that we will be attending the Goodguys 21st PPG Nationals at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus. We will be at our booth every day during show hours from 8am-5pm July 6th & 7th and 8am-3pm July 8th.
As a company, we recently finished a complete re-design of our Ford and Chevrolet Truck Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kits. We were so pleased with the results, we decided to look at what could be done with the kits we offer for the car applications as well. Upon further investigation, we realized a complete do-over was in order for these as well. Just like the truck kits, we didn’t want to make changes just to make changes. We wanted something better and we wanted more!
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What does this little white thing do? This is a question we hear on a regular basis when a customer is looking through all of the components that are included within the Combination Valve Kit. The answer is a Combination Valve Bleeder Tool. The next question generally goes something like “Why do I need this?” Read on a little and we will tell you.