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SB1015 Speed Bleeders 10 millimeter-15, each



SB1010 Speed Bleeders 10mm x 1.0, each



SB3824 Speed Bleeders 3/8-24, each



SB51624 Speed Bleeders 5/16-24, each



SB1428 Speed Bleeders 1/4 x 28, each



Features of  

~Stainless steel spring 

~Stainless steel ball 

~Brass retainer 

~The threads are roll formed, this process results in a stronger and smoother thread than one that is cut.

Benefits of  

~Simple to use 

~Saves time and money 

~Requires only one person to do 


The old manual way
Bleeding brakes used to be a difficult thing to do in the past. It generally required two people to bleed brakes. You had to have one person pump the brake pedal while you had the mechanic open and close the bleeder screw. You had to coordinate the openings and closings with the pumper. If you didn't coordinate the timing correctly you could end up with more air in the system than when you started.

  Alternative ways
  Bleeding brakes can be done a number of ways:

       You could use a pressure bleeder that attaches to your master cylinder and pressurizes the system.
       You open each bleeder screw individually to bleed your brakes. It costs about $300.00. It works very
       well, but who wants to invest $300.00 to bleed one or two vehicles.

       A vacuum bleeder is another way to bleed brakes. It attaches to your bleeder screw and sucks the fluid
       from the master cylinder, thus bleeding your brakes. If not used correctly, it too can let air into your
       brake system. It costs from $30.00-$100.00.

The new and improved way !
Introducing  SPEED BLEEDER®,  the patented bleeder screw with the built-in check valve. It is truly a one-person bleeder screw. Once installed, it becomes a permanent part of the brake system.  When it is time to bleed your brakes, you loosen the Speed Bleeder 1/4 - 1/2 turn and pump your brake pedal.  When the pedal is depressed the pressure generated opens the check valve letting air and brake fluid out of the end of the Speed Bleeder.  When you release the pedal and it returns to the up position, the check valve closes and prevents any air from reentering the system through the Speed Bleeder.  When bubble free fluid
is evident you close the Speed Bleeder.  In the closed position it works just like your stock bleeder screw and prevents any brake fluid from leaking out.   It generally takes about 5 pumps to purge each caliper or wheel cylinder.  That is all there is to bleeding your brakes.  If at a later date you need to bleed your brakes, the patented thread sealing system makes it easy to open the bleeder screw to perform the bleeding operation. It is made of quality materials and it is economical.

More Reasons to Use Speed Bleeders

       The chamber for the ball and spring is precision reamed and the seat for the stainless steel ball is
       machined to exacting tolerances.

       Zinc chromate plating to withstand a 30 hour salt spray.  Other plating with higher salt spray results is
       also available.

       Patented thread sealing system seals the threads when the bleeding operation is performed,
       preventing air from being sucked back into the system.

       The pre-applied thread sealant also displaces air and moisture during thread engagement preventing
       rust...which usually results in rounded off corners on the hex or busted off bleeder screws making it
       necessary to replace the caliper or brake cylinder. The application of thread sealant thus makes it easy
       to loosen or remove the bleeder screw at any time.