"Simple" bleeding brake tool

Brake bleeder from Laser Tools

Published:  09 July, 2010

rong>For once, Aftermarket has found a product that even the manufacturer admits is not at the forefront of technology. Sometimes the simple things in life are the best and that’s what Laser Tools will be hoping for its latest brake bleeder.

/>The “simple” (Laser’s words, not ours) 2-litre brake bleeder helps with single-handed bleeding jobs. “The easy to pump action and visual gauge allows this task to be performed quickly and effectively with the minimum of effort,” said a spokesman. “A separate adaptor is supplied for fitting to European vehicles.R

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