If you're bleeding brakes once a year or so, SRAM's standard brake bleed kit will do just fine, but when your garage is nothing shy of a quiver of bikes built up with disc brakes, chances are you'll want to service things a little more frequently. SRAM's Pro Brake Bleed Kit builds on the standard kit, and elevates by omitting plastic plungers on syringes and opting for metal that withstand repeated use. The kit is designed exclusively for SRAM brakes, and is ideal for servicing X0, XX, Guide, Level, Hydraulic Road brakes, but will not fair well with Shimano Brakes. Critical to keep your brakes stopping on a dime, the kit includes everything you need to maintain your SRAM hydraulic system, with two bleed syringes, two fitting and clamp tubes, two compression ferrules, and two barbed tubing inserts, just to get started. It also sets you up with bleeding edge adapters, a torx wrench, a 3/8-in drive 8mm crows's foot, bleed blocks, and a bottle of DOT 5. 1 brake fluid to top off your lines. Assorted seals are tossed in with the kit for good measure, so you'll be all set without a run to the hardware store if you lose one, or find one a bit dusty and cracked, when you're getting things bled.
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