|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 5.5 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||19200|
|Manufacturer Part Number||19200|
|OEM Part Number||19200|
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Lisle 19200 Brake Bleeding Kit
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pistons, and it worked great. The adapters make it really easy and convenient. But then came vacuum
bleeding. I like Lisle's products, and when I got the Lisle 75000 vacuum pump,I figured this would make
things easier, but no. The manual for the pump tells you to use grease to seal all the connections on the bleeder kit, including the container lid. The problems using this for a vacuum bleed are:
1. The container lid locks with a short twist, but there is not one thread to help it seal. Of course this is
so it can be removed and replaced easily during the process.Some duct seal (electrical dept.) did
the trick, because without gunking up the lid there was no vacuum.
2. The adapter fit very snug on the bleeder screw, and though the pump had no problem getting vacuum,
There were a lot of bubbles from the connection, not the brake system. The adapter is a little bulky
so without an offset wrench I had to be careful not to hit it. They are also too thick to tie and really cinch
them up so that they don't pivot.
The tubing is 5/16" o.d. so that size drill bit has enabled me to use a screw-top bottle without frustration.
It comes with three adapters for different sizes of brake fittings. My van required the medium sized adapter, for example. Just push the adapter onto the long tub and install the short tube on the inside of the cover. Now it's ready to go.
Slide a box-end wrench over the fitting, then slide the adapter over the brake fitting and it will hold itself in place. Crack the fitting open with the wrench and push the piston back (using your tool of choice), and watch the oil drain down the tube. Then close the fitting, remove, and drain the cup. Pretty easy.
I did not use this to do a complete brake fluid change; just to remove the oil from the backside of the piston as it was retracted. The cup is small, and I drained it after each wheel assembly so it would not overflow. You will also want to pay close attention to the level of fluid in the brake reservoir so that it is not depleted after actuating the new brakes and extending the piston. I ended up having to just top mine off at the conclusion of the job.
I will be using this again in a few weeks on a Toyota, and feel confident that it will work just fine there as well.
I'll keep this tool for future jobs, but for the price (and in comparison to what a shop would charge for a brake job) I won't feel to bad if I have to discard it later and purchase a new kit for future jobs.
All in all a great item for the occasional garage mechanic and well worth what I paid for it.
the kit should have come with about 6" more tubing and a double sized cup...then it would have been perfect....
you may have to stop mid-bleed to empty the cup, as it fills up really fast.
The tube was too short so it couldn't rest on the floor.
It arrived with a kink that made things a bit difficult so I couldn't rest it on the suspension somewhere.
In the end I let it dangle in the air. Luckily it didn't fall off and make a mess.
The tube reacted with dot3 brake fluid. It browned and became soft. I uploaded a picture so you can see how it looked after one use.
The cup is way too small. You end up running around like a man possessed. OK for bleeding but no good if you want to completely change the fluid out like I wanted to.
Only plus I can think of is the different sized rubber attachments for bleed nipples. That's a nice touch.
Had to call Amazon because I was 5 days past my return date. They told me I could have a refund as a one time favour. I told them to pull it off the shelves and contact everyone who has bought it so they can get new free tubes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Missing Parts when delivered. Plastic bottle is very very small to bleed your brakes.Published 3 months ago by Vip
Bought it just for the right-angle fittings. The capture cup is a bit small, but I use larger ones I made from plastic bottles.Published 6 months ago by ememen
It turned out I didn't need this but it was so cheap the cost of shipping it back made no sense. However, I can say that it does seem to be good quality and may come in handy... Read morePublished 6 months ago by JSMCO
I echo other reviewers on the reservoir tank size (cup) and the length of clearing tubing (too short). I ended up putting the cup on my wheel/tire so the it was not hanging. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joshua Kim
Worked great bleeding my Harley brakes after I replaced the stop light switch.Published 9 months ago by Jareeman