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Jan. 14, 2013, 9:01 a.m. -  Dirk

#!markdown I'm going to get in front of this one a bit. Reading the Editors comment about doing a full bleed. My experience, and what lead me to change things up as described here, is that when I would follow the full SRAM procedure, my brakes would work worse than when I started. When you look at the SRAM procedure, it is essentially broken down into three bleeds - Caliper, Hose, Lever/Master Cylinder. This procedure just kind of takes away the Caliper/Hose portions and focuses on the Lever/Master Cylinder. By not messing around at the caliper, there is no chance that you will introduce air at this point. You stand a better chance of not screwing up your bleed.

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