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Re: [Fot] Fluid, dual circuits and speed bleeders

To: Scott Janzen <>
Subject: Re: [Fot] Fluid, dual circuits and speed bleeders
From: Bill Babcock <>
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 10:16:48 -1000
Usually you need to do whatever circuit you did first over again if  
you do them separately. I do anyway, I find I almost always get a  
little more pedal if I follow the old shampoo bottle method--lather,  
rinse, repeat.  Those of us who sometimes write code have a tough time  
ending that infinite loop, but you just need to apply a little  

On Mar 20, 2009, at 9:34 AM, Scott Janzen wrote:

>  my experience is that I can the circuits separately w/o trouble,
> though certainly don't get as much travel before it binds.
> On Mar 20, 2009, at 2:01 PM, Randall wrote:
>> You have to bleed the fronts/rears together if you have a balance  
>> bar!
>> It's
>> possable to get a bind in the balance bar if only bleeding one
>> circuit and
>> this would prevent full travel.
> Pardon my ignorance (don't have a balance bar), but wouldn't the bind
> last
> only until the pedal was released?  And it be possible to bleed with  
> the
> reduced stroke caused by the bar binding?
> Randall
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