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Bleeding brakes Have just finished fitting my high front fender on the 950 adv and now just need to get the brakes bled

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    you seem to know what your doin so cud u tl me what ill need to bleed the bakes on my 2002 ktm sx 125

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Anyone have any ideas as to which is the best way to do it seeing as though it now has a new brake line on the front. Any suggestions or taking the **** much appreciated.pump and shut is the way i do it takes about 15 minutes for front and rear with fresh fluid. ie Pump the brake three times then open the bleed nipple wait until the lever softens up to the grip tighten without letting go of the lever and pump again and so on etc... As for the vacuum i use a large vets syringe and some pipe ( robbed from the wifes lamb reviving kit ) Please note : No lambs died during the making of my Bleeding kit.,,,

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