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This is a discussion on tick performance remote speed bleeder line within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; So I had to drop my transmission last weekend, I got to get it rebuilt, I was thinking of ordering ...

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    tick performance remote speed bleeder line

    So I had to drop my transmission last weekend, I got to get it rebuilt, I was thinking of ordering a tick remote speed bleeder oh and I also brought a new slave cylinder from discount auto parts... so what do y'all think about the tick line..?

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    IMHO, its a waste of money. I can access the stock bleeder valve just fine. But the Tick speed bleeder line would make it easier.

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    Yea I can also get to it fine but I figured I can buy this and not bother anybody to help me out..

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    I'd love to have one when I install my next clutch set-up. Why not make things easier on yourself if at all possible. You already gotta be stuck under the car for long enough installing the new clutch, especially if you dont have a rack to use.

    Some say waste, I say smart ass idea.

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    Well I just wanted to know if there's any bad comments about this I'll just go ahead and order it, I hate depending on people to help me do it so y not... thanks for y'all thoughts

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    When I did my clutch in Dec 09 I installed the Tick SB line and the Tick MC. The speed bleeder line is a nice bonus but no required. Makes it a breeze to bleed and change the fluid especially when I don't have a lift to put the car on anytime I want to change the fluid.
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    I got 2. Ordered the rebuild kit for 2 cars and never installed it in the first one. Don't really need it but it came in the kit so i ended up with it
    Cant hurt imo

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