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Old 13-12-17, 06:36 AM   #21
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difficult to understand how the tool can generate higher pressure than the master cylinder though.....
It doesn't, but it saves the need for it being a 2-man job and takes the risk away from knackering the MC by turning the seals.
That sealey tool looks the business.

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That sealey tool looks the business.

It is the business and really easy to use.
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Have to say it really is a good bit of kit! Need to get reservoir adaptors for the other vehicles in the fleet/family.

I didn’t see any particular lump of muck coming out, it’s quite possibly just been a really bad air lock.


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