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      06-10-2010, 11:42 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Kylekuu View Post
if there's no leaks then don't worry about it. About the torque wrench, don't worry too much about a quality name brand. Any will do at least IMO. Even if you buy the best of the best, if you drop/bang the wrench you'll risk damaging the settings anyways. Unless you know a person/place to recalibrate it every year; you might as well just get a cheaper one that does the job and replace it later on.

2 litres of fluid is enough, make sure you get some denatured oil so you can clean it afterwards (the bleeder i mean).
I have always wondered how to properly clean my bleeder after the job, thanks for the tip. What are some readily available denatured oil that I can get (or what do you use)? Thanks!