Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Product News -

Bleed­ing brakes con­sti­tutes essen­tial main­te­nance, yet is al­ways high on the list of jobs you just don’t want to do. One way of eas­ing the bur­den is Laser’s 5642 man­ual brake bleeder, which is one of the more so­phis­ti­cated sys­tems that doesn’t re­quire com­pressed air/vac­uum. There are any num­ber of bleed­ing so­lu­tions avail­able which rely on pres­sure from a car tyre, but these are usu­ally built for the bud­get end of the mar­ket, which of­ten shows in the cheap plas­tic qual­ity and cap de­sign. Ex­pe­ri­ence has shown that with­out care­ful prep, us­ing these can be a messy ex­pe­ri­ence. This is not the case with the Laser kit. As a premium prod­uct, the univer­sal and di­rect caps are of an ex­tremely high qual­ity and pre­cise fit, more than ca­pa­ble of sup­port­ing the re­quired pres­sure. The built-in pump and gauge takes the guess­work out of load­ing, and the three-litre ca­pac­ity is suf­fi­cient to change the fluid on most sys­tems. Most im­por­tantly, the shut-off valve snap at­tach­ment makes dis­con­nect­ing the fluid feed a spill-free ex­pe­ri­ence. With no stress, no mess and no risk of paint dam­age, this kit is par­tic­u­larly rec­om­mended if you’re main­tain­ing more than one car. On­line or High Street re­tail­ers 01926 815000 www.laser­tools.co.uk

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