Brake line

Discussion in 'General Tech Talk' started by WyldCFH, Nov 1, 2017.

  1. Ishrub

    IshrubRetired and loving it!

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    So you like short nipples then ;):D

    The NewBonneville listing was an 'L' fitment, SB8125L.
    As per - Goodridge SB8125L Speed Bleeder front or rearClutch 03-6163 817-02256 SB8125L

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    Goodridge Speed Bleeders Quick Brake Bleeding Fittings 8mm x 1.25 Pair SB8125

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  2. barbagris

    barbagrisMad Scientist

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    ime - it matters not, once the safety rubber is applied.
     
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  3. WyldCFH

    WyldCFHDrop a gear and disappear

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    I agree, nipple size is an extra surprise and I enjoy them all. I’m going to have to say I prefer no rubber though, you just have to remember to clean out the hole after every ride!
     
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