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Im going to have to bleed my brake after im done putting my risers on. How should i go about this? The bleeder screw is way underneath the oil tank, can i put a hose on it so i can stop the brake fuild from destroying everything? Or will that keep letting air into the line. I think i know the basics on how to bleed brakes, you pump it, hold then lossen the bleeder screw then close it off, and just keep doing this repeatedly. Correct me if im wrong.
 

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That is the reason that the bleeders are shaped the way that they are, so that you can attach a piece of hose to them.

However, the amount of fluid that will come out is minimal unless you are using a pressure bleeder so some rags is sufficient to catch what will spill.
 
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