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πŸ”§ WIN.MAX Pneumatic Brake Fluid Bleeder with 4 Metal Adapters for Master Cylinder, 90-120 PSI, American Inlet Thread Type Review

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Description of πŸ”§ WIN.MAX Pneumatic Brake Fluid Bleeder with 4 Metal Adapters for Master Cylinder, 90-120 PSI, American Inlet Thread Type

Pneumatic Brake Fluid Bleeder w/ 4 master cylinder adapters 90 - 120 PSI Brake fluid bleeder works with your air compressor to quickly assist in your brake bleeding!The simplicity of this tool allows brake bleeding to get done by one person easily. Flush and refill the entire brake system by yourself with this brake fluid bleeder. Convenient one-person operation. Flush and refill entire brake system 34 oz Waster Brake Fluid Tank 24 oz New Fluid tank that inserts into your master cylinder with provided adapters. Master Cylinder Reservoir Adapters : 1.25 INCHES.-1.60 INCHES (32 to 41mm) 1.10 INCHES.-1.45 INCHES (28 to 37mm) 0.95 INCHES.-1.25 INCHES (24 to 32mm) 0.80 INCHES.-1.20 INCHES (21 to 30mm) Air requirement: 90 to 120 PSI, Air inlet: 1/4''- 18 NPT. Inlet Thread Type: American Type.

Reviews

Global ratings 8
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Type of review

Revainrating 5 out of 5

It works just as well as more expensive units

I am a professional technician and automotive instructor. My vacuum brake broke and I took a chance using it for a temporary fix until I could buy a $300 vacuum. Now that I have him, I'm sticking with him. It works just as well as more expensive devices. The only downside is the size of the canister, but to save money I can empty it more often.

Pros
  • Great for a small home
Cons
  • Big and bulky

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The product is worth the money

The reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because 1. the supplied fitting for the quick air connector does not fit (see picture), luckily I have extras. 2. Suction is minimal. I set the regulator to 100 lbs. It comes with a hook for hanging on the frame and the hose is long enough for the rubber boot that goes over the bleed screw. It worked great on my F150 and 2010 backup.

Pros
  • Everything is fine!
Cons
  • A few small things

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Mine was broken, best in Brake Bleeding Tools

I tried using this and it didn't work. They collected some brake fluid and found the reservoir had a hole in it that looked like a poor quality seam. It made a mess. I tried to return to Revain but the item was never picked up. I didn't go into it too deeply as I obviously couldn't use it for my brakes and had other things to move to. Gave 2 stars because the master cylinder refill bottle was helpful.

Pros
  • Great Price
Cons
  • Clean

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Insufficient suction

Insufficient suction even at 90psi. The supplied air connector is oddly shaped and doesn't fit my air hose. The lever on the refill bottle is poorly designed: in the open position, the weight of the bottle rests on the lever, causing it to rest on the rim of the tank. Not suitable for brake lines with noticeable resistance. On my first order, a small hardware case was missing and had to be replaced.

Pros
  • Weight
Cons
  • I won't say anything

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Actually works: brake tool

I used this tool to bleed the clutch line after replacing the master cylinder. It sucks in a lot of air from the outside, so the flow of liquid in the tube was never bubble-free. I suspect it's because I opened the drain plug too far. They recommend a quarter turn. However, he bled the chain on the first try, so no complaints. Only 4 stars for the poor execution of the brake fluid reservoir. It should be bolted to the tank and not just lying precariously on it. I fell a few times.

Pros
  • good stuff
Cons
  • I don't remember but there was something

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Good value for money, works well

Decent suction. I use it to pump out car fluids to reduce spills like coolant when I just remove part of the cooling system and it did what I was supposed to do. At $20 it was cheaper than the same thing on port charters as it was $32 there when I was about to buy. It's advertised as a brake bleeder and I'm sure it will fit, but I use a pressure bleeder on the master cylinder so I can't comment on how it performs for the use advertised, but it seems to have enough suction to get the job done…

Pros
  • Stylish and modern design
Cons
  • Slightly wrinkled

Revainrating 2 out of 5

slow unit. in Brake Tools

I bought this because my old Mitivac didn't work and seeing how cheap it was I decided to give it a try. It works, but very weak and slow. I would not recommend that. My Mitivac worked after cleaning and rinsing again, so it's just a backup. For all mechanics, after replacing the master cylinder, I like to create a vacuum in the master cylinder, which eliminates the need for bleeding on the workbench or even bleeding the brake system. Try it. It will work for that but for removing guilds it's…

Pros
  • Absolutely Amazing!
Cons
  • Not bad but...

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Avoid this particular model. It just won't work.

Bleeding the brakes with one hand seemed like a good idea. However, the block I received did not have a rubber fitting to attach to the brake bleeder valve. Rather, it had a rigid thermoplastic mount that couldn't be pressed against my American-made car. Rather than give up at this point, I tried removing that hard attachment and just pushing it directly against the brake bleeder with the hose attached. Then, with 120 psi of air from the 40-gallon supercharger, he still couldn't generate enough

Pros
  • New
Cons
  • Slightly cracked