Tips And Tricks With Phoenix Systems Brake Bleeders

Tips And Tricks With Phoenix Systems Brake Bleeders

One task that has always been a two-man job was bleeding your brakes.  We all want to have the best braking system possible, and when it comes time to change calipers or wheel cylinders, we dread the task of finding someone to help us bleed the brakes. You have probably been there before: you have crawled up under the car at the farthest point and put your wrench on the bleeder valve, and you holler out, “okay, pump it!”.  “What?”, is typically the response, so you holler out again. They pump the pedal, and then you tell them to hold it and they release the pressure and say, “what?”

What happens when you can’t get a friend to come over and help you?   You end up asking your significant other.  Your significant other probably sees all the grease and grime on you and usually passes on helping you out, telling you to get one of the kids.  Your teenager laughs and says, “yeah, right” in between text messages or killing zombies on his video game, and your preschooler says, “I’ll do it”.  You know she really would but you know she can’t reach the pedal.  You are faced with a dilemma and nobody, but you, understands the crisis you are facing in not being able to bleed your brakes.  What do you do?

Well, here at Phoenix Systems, we have some pretty cool tools that can help turn this two-man act into a one-man show with our one-man reverse brake bleeders.  You can skip asking anybody for any favors when it comes to bleeding brakes.  These reverse brake bleeders, for the budget-conscious or the professional, will help you bleed the brakes, by yourself, in almost no time at all.  PowerTV uses the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake Bleeders in their own shop, and shop dawg Sean G. has been seen bleeding the caliper on Project BluePrint and on every other build that comes into their shop.

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affordable V-12 DIY brake bleeder is budget priced; you can use this Reverse Brake Bleeder system to remove trapped air from your brake lines, thus giving you a firmer pedal, according to Phoenix Systems CEO Jon Petty.

If you’ve heard about these do-it-yourself brake bleeders, or not, but you’re not sure how they work, no worries!  Check out our video page that shows you how many of our tools and reverse brake bleeders work.  Check them out and if you’re tired of bribing friends to help you bleed your brakes, Check out the reverse brake bleeders in our store.

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