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I know this is a mundane question but what tubing size (ID ) do I use to slip on my bleeder screw in order to bleed my brakes (adding SS steel brake lines this weekend)?

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97TT6SP said:
I know this is a mundane question but what tubing size (ID ) do I use to slip on my bleeder screw in order to bleed my brakes (adding SS steel brake lines this weekend)?

Thanks :bigthumb:
I used the bleeder from Griots Garage, so whatever size it was.
http://www.griotsgarage.com/catalog.jsp?&SKU=85700

Great pic of your car - we have the same car (green, 97, 6spd). :)

Kev
 

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you could just use 1/4 ID tubing and be fine. You can use smaller tubing if you want to as well, as long as it is flexible stuff.
 

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For the record, I bought 1/4" ID tygon tubing and it doesn' t fit. 3/8" ID is the way to go.
 
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