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Hello Guys,

I have a problem with my bleeder screws, i bought the aftermarket brake wheel cylinder from danchuk, but the bleeder screw will not 100% close, I mean its not densely. I saw some
“speed bleeders” with a special kind of sealing and with a little ball inside, but my problem is I don’t know the right thread / measurement of my bleeder screws.
My aftermarket Brake wheel cylinders are from “WAGNER” ( rear + front ), my original wheel cylinders had bleeder screws with another little screw inside the bleeder screw, so, please help me with the right measurement of the new aftermarket “ brake wheel cylinder bleeder screws”.
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Hello,

The new bleeder screws are leaking, yes, i guess its the thread or the surface of the skin will not close the little hole inside the cylinder, i not overturned the screw, believe me. This is the reason i like to have the better bleeder screws with the sealing on the threads, but i need the measurement of my "new" leaking bleeder screws, they are from "WAGNER"....

Stefan
 
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