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    Air bubbles in hydrolic fluid....

    Quick question.... what is the best way to bleed the hydrolic fluid in my clutch..I think I have some air bubbles in it. Pics would be great. TX!

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    I've been convinced the best way is to use a suction type bleeder like the mighty vac. the other way is to use the bleeder while someone pumps the pedal and you operate the bleed screw.

    Don't know if the mods will allow this link but I'll try.
    http://www.kyfbodies.org/vb/archive/...p?t-17930.html

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