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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-13-2013, 06:13 AM Thread Starter
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Clutch bleed nipple size?

Hi All,

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could advise me on the size of the clutch bleed nipple on an F4 2000 model.

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It's M6x1.0 size


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Thanks Laur, Can I ask where you got this information from as I just couldn't find it in the manual!

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Have you snapped yours off Paul ? ; )
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Cheers Lau, no joe, im going to get a speedbleeder for it. I'm a bit of a fan of the product to be honest

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Well Paul, I've bought my speed bleeders from www.speedbleeder.com and it fits perfectly. You need part nr. SB6100# for clutch slave.
And yes, I did broke mine. That's why I need a new banjo bolt for it. Thank you Joe!

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Laur, I have previously bought brake bleed nipples from speedbleeder.com and think they are the best thing since sliced bread. Thanks for your help there

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Glad I could be helpful. Enjoy the ride, the season has started.

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