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Thread: MAINTENANCE : Bleeding the Brakes on a Jeep JK Wrangler

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    I'll be installing teraflex 1 inch front spacers soon and was wondering if brake bleeding was required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jman_12 View Post
    I'll be installing teraflex 1 inch front spacers soon and was wondering if brake bleeding was required?
    Only if you open the lines.

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    Okay thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspenkid View Post
    Only if you open the lines.
    LOL!! Okay, that was funny but, just in case it's missed, the answer is no. You don't even need to touch them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL!! Okay, that was funny but, just in case it's missed, the answer is no. You don't even need to touch them.
    What.... Not clear enough? 😆😆

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    Great Write-Up

    Here it is June 2015 and this tread is still helping Jeep owners. I am doing my own brake pad (front & rear) and fluid change this weekend and this is just what I needed to do it confidently.
    Thanks for all the help.

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    MAINTENANCE : Bleeding the Brakes on a Jeep JK Wrangler

    I did mine 2 weeks ago with a home made bleeder. Can't believe how easy it was to follow these steps and I use to pay to have this done.

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    Looks like a pretty easy process. I'll remember this just in case.

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    Been reading this a few times just to make sure I do it right when I install my longer brake lines! Thanks for the great write up as always Eddie!
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