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  • nvonada
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    My '41 Hill Holder does not even have a bleed screw. When I had to do master cylinder work I bench-bled the Hill Holder and master cylinder as a unit. That seemed to work pretty well.

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  • Paul Keller
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    Yes - The "bleed screw" is in an awkward place (see the shop manual) - Do not get on your face, esp. eyes - can be nasty stuff)
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  • Jeffry Cassel
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    Back when I had one, I would bleed it first--and it is a pain to get to the bleeder--and messy. Then go on to right rear, left rear, right front and left front. Once again I say, things that you do once in other makes requires that you do it 4 times with a Studebaker. (In the bay area, a hillholder would be a necessity!)

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  • 63looks59
    started a topic Brakes: hill holder bleeding

    hill holder bleeding

    folks ...... is there a best practice / method to bleed the hill holder
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