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Shimano Bleed Kit & Oil

  • High quality 50ml bottle of mineral oil and venting tube for bleeding any of the Shimano Disc brakes.
  • Suitable for bleeding 2 brakes.

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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does exactly what you need It's a little bit expensive for the small amount of oil that you get, But there is easily enough to do a full bleed on two brakes. 11 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Prodotto valido Buon prodotto, olio ufficiale Shimano con tubicino. Forse sarebbe stato meglio aggiungere al kit il serbatoio giallo, praticamente indispensabile per uno spurgo senza macchia. L'ho dovuto comprare a parte. 31 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Right stuff for the job, But would question the 'Kit' in the description If you've got shimano brakes this is the stuff to use but to call it a kit is a bit poetic with the description. OK it contains all you need to do the job(ish) but the 'kit' I received did not even contain instructions (good old You tube strikes again). Make the bottle bigger and simply describe it as Oil with tube (all you need to do the job) or include a few zippy bags and a lump of plastic (required when you remove pads) in the box. All said brakes are now back to super sharp so does the job. 11 February 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Annoying and not a whole kit Buy the whole thing, this is basically useless as a kit. I think they should sell the whole kit only. 06 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Its a must Seems poor value for a small bottle of mineral oil and short piece of pipe/hose when the much larger bottle of oil isnt all that much more and would last a lifetime. For shimano brakes its a must and sleep easy knowing that you have used the correct oil and you will stop :) 09 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Plain and simple Oil This is just standard, nothing special mineral oil. It is a bit of a stretch to call a plastic bag and 6" of pipe a bleed kit, but good other than that. 10 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A home mechanics lifeline Awesome piece of kit .. really helped me when i was in a spot of trouble with my rear brake .. easy bleeding and not much mess either ... Enough oil for a few bleeds aswell.... shame it wasnt a litlle cheaper 04 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by E-Z-E This kit made bleeding my brakes so easy.. And i have never bled a hydraulic system before but following the included instructions made it easy 06 November 2013
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Yes, this is correct the Shimano Bleed Kit (& Oil) would be required for the Bleeding of your Shimano brakes but, the 'Shimano Bleed Kit M575' isn't required but can be useful when topping up the hydraulic Fluid.
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I used only this kit, a little bottle and a bit of plastic to hold the pads apart. Just be careful not to spill any fluid on the pads.
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Is this kit refillable?

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Is this Kit refillable or is this a one-way product?

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du kannst das Kit immer wieder auffüllen, solange Du möchtest :-)
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The kit is simply a bottle of shimano brake oil. You simply top the reservoir up from the bottle. When the bottle is empty its time for a new one.
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How does this kit work without a syringe?

When you bleed the brake with this kit, do you just squeeze the bottle? It doesn't look like that would work once you started to use up most of the oil in the bottle?
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Without a syringe you need to 'gravity' bleed your brakes.

Simply place the hose on your caliper with a collection pot on the end. Let the caliper hang freely directly below the lever and fix the lever in a horizontal position.

Use the bottle to fill the master cylinder whilst the bleed nipple is open. Gravity will pull the fluid through the system.
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The kit is designed for the shimano brakes which have the removable cover on the reservoir . So you simply remove the cover (when the reservoir is level with the ground) and top it up during the bleed process. Some brake systems require the fluid to be injected from the caliper up towards the reservoir the shimano is top down. Much like the same way you would bleed the system on your car. Well that's how I used to do my mini metro back in the day.
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Details about bleed kit

Is this a bleed kit for old (<2012) or new (2012 and later) breaks?

What is included in the kit?
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This kit is technically for Pre 2012 brakes as it does not include the bleed funnel.

The kit includes mineral oil and bleed tube.

If bought in conjunction with the bleed funnel (M575 Kit) it will function with 2012 and later brakes.
 
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