Hmm. So I ordered a set, SB3824 for the clutch, SB3824HD for the brakes and
the SB3824 does not fit my clutch slave. It is too small by a wide margin.
SB3824 is threaded 3/8x24
The SB3824HD is slightly longer than the SB3824 and is also threaded 3/8x24
and they do fit the brake bleeder threads but are much longer than the
existing bleed nipples leaving most of the thread exposed after fully
inserted. Even the SB3824 is half as long again as the existing nipple. I
don't believe either of these parts is viable on my '74.
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Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 3:46 PM
Subject: [6pack] Speed Bleeder
I'm not sure how many of you have tried, or are familiar with, the Speed
Bleeder products but I wrote to their Applications people today because the
TR6 wasn't mentioned in their standard App chart at speedbleeder.com. Turns
out TR6's use the same Speed Bleeder screws as a Harley!
See their note below, for any who might be interested....
The size(s) that you need for your application is as follows:
When you order Speed Bleeder consider ordering the "Bleeder / Bag Combo".
will make bleeding your brakes even easier. It consists of a 30 inch length
silicone tubing that is specifically sized to the Speed Bleeders and a
bag that looks like an IV bag that is used in hospitals. Attach one end of
hose to the Speed Bleeder nipple and the other end to the bleeder bag. Open
Speed Bleeder 1/4 turn and proceed to bleed your caliper or wheel cylinder.
fluid will be contained in the bleeder bag and eliminates any unnecessary
Speed Bleeder can be ordered at http://speedbleeder.zoovy.com
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