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:: Big Boy Bleed Instructions



You will need a 20wt. hydraulic fluid, good oil "pump" can, compressed air and some patience.

  1. Remove line from coil over ram, push out ram with fingers 1/2 inch.
  2. Remove 1/8" pipe plug.
  3. Pump fluid into unit at fitting until all air appears to be gone.
  4. Replace 1/8" pipe plug. Tighten snug only. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN!
  5. Lay unit on bench with proper fitting pointing to sky. Now we do the master cylinder.
  6. Turn knob counterclockwise (that would be to the left) until it stops.
  7. With air gun, blow air into line to "blow back" master piston.
  8. remove 1/16" pipe plug.
  9. Now pump fluid through line with 1//16" master hole pointed up to the sky until all air appears to be gone and then replace 1/16" pipe plug. Do not let fluid drip out.
  10. Connect line to ram. The unit is now overfilled! That's a good thing! DO NOT TURN KNOB!!
  11. With handle pointed to the ground, crack line loose on master and begin to compress ram. We are now removing excess air and fluid, BUT, save some for the ram end! Tighten fitting.
  12. Now do the same to the rame end. Point fitting to sky. Compress ram until it stops. It will stick out about a 1/16 of an inch.
  13. There is no 13.
  14. Lube threads on master. Turn clockwise (to the right) until it stops. Ram should stick out 3/4 to 7/8 of an inch. Repeat process if necessary.



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