busheytrader wrote:I've used a Gunson eezibleed for years. Air bubbles flushed out fast. It was bought years ago for a classic Mini, now that's an absolute pig to remove air from if pumping the brake pedal.....
If you're fitting flexible brake hoses (as in changing all of them) , I like the braided ptfe type for a much firmer pedal.
Oh yes I have one of these. I brought it back with me after the last visit to the UK as I know this job was on the cards.
Yep that is the ones I was thinking of. I have the three on the car already but thought that flexible braised going to each wheel cylinder may be easier to work with. They would need to be secure though and not hanging free.
UKPhilTR7 wrote: ... What size thread is used 3/8?
As stated on the label underneath the bonnet all brake and clutch components have metric threads!
The brake end fittings on a TR7 are M10x1
Thanks for that. It is good to know that they use mode parts/sizes for once. Lol you are lucky to have the label still attached to your bonnet after all this time. Mine has gone missing in its 40 year life!