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How do you bleed the brakes on a rmz 250 dirtbike the front brake

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The way I bleed bleed front and back breaks on any bike is with a big vet suringe(full of fluid) with a thin tube from it to the caliper nipple and push til the bubbles stop coming,works for me give it a go.

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