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Old 05-02-08, 11:54 AM   #1
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Where can I get a Hayes HFX9 bleed fitting

I my front brake needed bleeding after I came off my bike I have managed to pressure bleed it with castrol response dot 4 and my gunson easibleed I usually use on my car, is it possible to get the bleed fitting that plugs into the master cylinder separately so next time fluid doesn't go everywhere
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You could try your local bike shop. Otherwise, JensonUSA.com and CambriaBike.com both carry a variety of disc brake parts.
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The bike shops I've tried round here (Teesside, England) are useless, if it ain't Raleigh or Shimano they cant do it that's why I used my pressure bleeder, its improved it but there's still air in there think it will work better with a pipe on the outlet.
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