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Well for someone who has the mechanic ability of a thumbless ape, I'm quite proud of myself. The front PSR reservoir was giving me trouble with hitting the windscreen so I said screw it and put the OEM back on. But the rear PSR res went on without a hitch and the new lines as well. Bleeding was stupid simple and easy and quick. Used the MityVac to prime the lines with fluid first and then just a hose and container to bleed the air out. Started with the master cylinder, then the left caliper and lastly the right caliper. That's for priming and for bleeding.
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