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πŸ”§ Lisle 11000 Brake Bleeder Wrench: Effortless 8/10mm Maintenance Made Easy! Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5Β Β 
πŸ”§ Brake Tools, πŸ”§ Automotive Tools & Equipment

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Description of πŸ”§ Lisle 11000 Brake Bleeder Wrench: Effortless 8/10mm Maintenance Made Easy!

Double ended tool. For 8mm or 10mm bleeder screws. Allows access to hard-to-reach bleeder screws. Included components: 8/10mm Brake Bleeder Wrench.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great Deal - Tools and Equipment

This is probably the best deal I've ever had for less than $10. The tool is of good quality and will last for years. It's the right length for the lever and offset for the game. This should be included in all toolboxes.

  • Inspires Confidence
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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Better not worry about brake tools

Overpriced and very cheap cast wrench, very poor quality, no markings, just a cheap $10 metal cast wrench, you'd better just buy it at the docks. Go Sears, Lowes or HD for the money and get quality.

  • Great Price
  • Not bad

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The angle of the head facilitates access to the exhaust valve

The length of the key made it possible to open and close the exhaust valve with maximum force. But it also required removing the tires because the wrench was so long that it required a lot of clearance.

  • Delivery was very fast
  • Functionality

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Must be in toolbox

Haven't used that much yet but feel like it must be an achievement. Remember that if you can break the choke with normal force, you'd better heat it up or replace the caliper. Bleeding does not require the same amount of force as a clamp nut.

  • High score for support and durability from testers
  • Poor user manual

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Good quality but not great for bleeding the clutch (5th gen Camaro)

This wrench is good quality but I couldn't use it for what I need it for. If you try to use it to open and close a clutch bleeder on a 5th generation Camaro (mine is a 2010 SS LS3) it will be too long and will not fit.

  • Lots of good vibes
  • Legacy model

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Perfect for this purpose, slim, good range

This has worked well on my Civic and Sienna. The head of the wrench is thin enough to fit a piece of hose behind it and the handle is narrow enough to get through the mess in the back of my bike. The offset is also helpful as my rear wheels on my van don't take a straight box wrench.

  • Easy to use
  • Fits

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Quality tool, length may be limited

This is a quality key although the overall length (10.5β€³) seemed limited to me (I used it on a 2009 Ford Fusion). I can cut it in half for later use or just use a 10mm open end wrench. Again this is a great tool, just check the clearance around the caliper.

  • Pleasant
  • Expensive

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Well, while the keys to bleeding the brakes come.

Dislikes: The tool's finish is matte, sandblasted, while the catalog picture shows a shiny chrome finish. There is no Lisle marking or country of origin on the instrument. , except for "8" and "10" at the ends. The price seems overpriced for normal Asian imports. (Taiwanese Prod.) Pro: 6 points! 12 pointer can remove the screw heads. Long tool, good reach. DIY Steak and Potatoes: Don't try to hack a bleeder on an old car with this Lisle tool, especially if it's an aluminum caliper with steel…

  • An absolute legend
  • Okay for the most part, but...