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Bench Bleed new Slave?

This is a discussion on Bench Bleed new Slave? within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I have my master out and have a brand new slave (GM). Should I just hook the master up to ...

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    Bench Bleed new Slave?

    I have my master out and have a brand new slave (GM). Should I just hook the master up to slave and bleed it on my bench while they are out? I have to bleed my master anyway.

    So can I bench bleed the two of the while hooked up to each other, then disconnect, then hook back together when in the car? Sorry, I am new to this and don't wanna take the tranny out again.

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    You'll still get air when you disconnect/reconnect, but bench bleeding will definitely help speed the process along once you do get everything installed.

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