Chaz at ProperProper.com
Wed Jul 28 15:45:24 EDT 2010
Sounds like duplicate effort, to test your brakes BEFORE driving it ?
Seems like it would save time and be much more exciting for everyone if you
parallel-processed the two tasks ?
To paraphrase (OK, misquote) a friend of mine, driving a poorly maintained
car, especially with bad brakes, just gets you to the exciting part sooner !
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Subject: Re: <VV> brakes
> Totally agree with Bob about checking the rest of the system.
> I had already done all 4 wheel cylinders and new lines and shoes.
> Before driving it.
> Ray smith.
> If you can successfully bleed all four wheel cylinders, and the master
> doesn't internally bleed - that is that sinking feeling where a light
> on the brake pedal sends the pedal slowly to the floor - the master is
> likely okay. When you stomp on the brakes, do all four wheels lock up?
> Seth Emerson
> C's the Day! - Corvair, Camaro, Corvette
> San Jose, CA
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