SRAM Standard Disc Brake Bleed Kit

SRAM Standard Disc Brake Bleed Kit
SRAM Standard Disc Brake Bleed Kit
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Standard Disc Brake Bleed Kit by SRAM
When your SRAM or Avid brakes just don't feel like they used to, reach for the SRAM Standard Disc Brake Bleed Kit to give your brake lines some love with a fresh pump of DOT 5:1. Critical for keeping things working well, this kit is intended for SRAM and Avid brakes, but will not be your friend on Shimano brakesets, swapping your DOT 5:1 to Mineral Oil (and vice versa) won't fare well on the trail and leads to very unhappy brakes. Equipped with everything you need to bleed your SRAM brakes, this kit contains two bleed syringes with fitting/clamp tubes, two compression ferrules and barbed tubing inserts, four different bleed blocks, a 3/8in drive 8mm crawfoot tool, DOT 5:1 brake fluid, and the ever important instruction manual so you do the job right the first time around.

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