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Speed Bleeders?

Hey, I was looking at the Speed Bleeder website and noticed that there is nothing listed under the applications for our cars. Anyone find the correct size bleeder screw for our car and is using the speed bleeders?
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its a universal deal they work awesome too
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639560 for the front 10mm x 1.0
639520 for the rear 8mm x 1.25mm

Get them at Raceshopper.com
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well what is the main purpose of speed bleeders? What purpose will they have for our cars?
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i'm curious as well...
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it makes bleeding your brakes a one person job.
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