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    Stroker bleed

    I was looking at this cheap bleed kit on ebay. I was wondering what fitting it is they use because I have most of the other components.

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    My notion is that it's proprietary. However, you can probably order one through your LBS from Hayes-Stroker. That would certainly be cheaper than a new bleed kit.

    I've made some of my own bleed kits before. I usually just find a piece of tubing that will fit directly to the bleed screw on the brake caliper...that way you don't have to buy a fitting.
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    just bleed it through the back and let the excess pour out of the handle?

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    That's the method I've used. I wrap a shop rag around the brake lever to absorb the excess fluid that spills out of the master cylinder.
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