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Are you sure the short plastic connector at the bleeder really has restrictor parts inside? It's a smaller diameter than the one at the firewall.
Mine did. The connector right before the bleeder was the same type of pipe as the one near the firewall. It was the first one I pulled apart and found plastic chucks and a broken spring. Then I removed the one near the firewall after installing the JPC clutch line.
 

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I'm seriously considering one of those.
Can't beat free. Lol
The guy that I swapped a motor in his car for him gave it to me for helping him out.
Fuel line was a PITA but other than that It was an easy install
 

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This was yesterday but forgot to post it: refilled E30 for the first time (this isn’t the point) and the gentleman on the other side of the pump defiantly heard me (rattled the nozzle to get every drop of E85) when I finished with the E85 & paid, then when I started pump again (93) he gave me a real quizzical look lol.

Does this happen to others frequently?
 

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This was yesterday but forgot to post it: refilled E30 for the first time (this isn’t the point) and the gentleman on the other side of the pump defiantly heard me (rattled the nozzle to get every drop of E85) when I finished with the E85 & paid, then when I started pump again (93) he gave me a real quizzical look lol.

Does this happen to others frequently?
It hasn't happened to me yet, but maybe just a matter of time. 😁

I think I have gotten a quick funny glance, but nothing too obvious or actual questions.
 

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I did rear brakes on the focus yesterday, just some centric blanks and posi-quiet pads, nothing too nuts. Installed the rear damond motorsports caliper bushings. Haven't taken it for a rip yet.

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Also, since I've learned a few things from this forum, I'll share my trick for removing rotors without going all cave man. This is the easiest, least amount of effort to remove rotors. Hammers, pry bars and misc fluids no longer required!


 

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ya know rotors do have bolt holes that accomplish the same thing...just sayin...lol :unsure:
 
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