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2018 yamaha eluder. the issue is the caliper being on the left hand side. gravity will do the trick?? you still need to shut the valve before you open the brake lever. just asking for the thread size and pitch. also just would love a straight answer. people on forums are asking questions for a reason, if you don't want to answer the simple question then you don't need to even comment.
 

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I believe these are accurate.
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2018 yamaha eluder. the issue is the caliper being on the left hand side. gravity will do the trick?? you still need to shut the valve before you open the brake lever. just asking for the thread size and pitch. also just would love a straight answer. people on forums are asking questions for a reason, if you don't want to answer the simple question then you don't need to even comment.
I'm a big fan of speedbleeders. You may have to call Goodridge or Russell and see if they know. None of their published fit list show the Venture/Eluder.
 

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There seems to be some myth that you have to pump the brake lever to get the fluid to come out and you do not
do you know that the bleed valve is on the top of the caliper to release the air?? when you put a hose on the bleed valve very little fluid comes out on its own hence why you need to build pressure to move fluid and when you move fluid the air is released thru the upper bleed valve, but i forgot im in the midst of a genius who knows more about physics then anyone else. i'll leave you to let gravity bleed your brakes , enjoy your time doing that somehow.
 
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