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:roll: hey guys is'm new to this site so. but anyway i need help on to bleed the rear brake system on a 2000 banshee?? cause i took off the old ones and put the brakes that were on the front now on the rear cause i'm not using my front brakes and i took off the brake line and pushed the piston back not thinking cause those pads arent that thick and now when i put it all back on it doesnt compress the piston, and now i have to bleed the whole system and not sure how??
 

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Welcome to BlueTraxx :tup: :TB:

Sorry bud, but I cant help ya with this one :shrug:

Just to let a know, you posted this in the wrong forum section.
 

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You have to take off the bleeder caps then pump the brakes to get all of the air out.
 

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Take off the bleeder caps and rig a hose to it and syphon the fluid out, alot easier than the boring pumping method. Just don't inhale the brake fluid :lol:
 

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what i did was take off the hose from the brake caleper and get it filled then put it back on the caleper and bleed it from there it works god and quick :tup:
 
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