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Disc Brake Bleeder Screw
Disc Brake Bleeder Screw

Disc Brake Bleeder Screw

Your Price: $6.00
In Stock
CMC Part Number:1000
  • Replaces OEM Part:45224-579-013
  • Qty:Sold Individually

Bleeder Screw Style
Standard Bleeder Screw (#1011)
Early Style CB450 (K3 & K4) Bleeder Screw (#1045) [+$2.00]
Premium Bleeder Screw - EZ style (#1010) [+$6.00]

Part: Honda CB360 / CB450 / CB500T / CB550 Bleeder Screw

Why You Need This Part: The Honda bleeder screw is often broken, missing or clogged. If this is what you are dealing with on your brake caliper then worry not, a new and improved bleeder screw is here.

We offer the bleeder screw in three different types:

Standard: A basic, high quality bleeder screw.

*Early Style: Similar to our standard bleeder screw, but made for early style calipers on the Honda CB450 K3 & K4 models.

Premium: This is a speed or "E-Z" style bleeder screw, which means it has an internal check valve to make bleeding a snap. The open and close game of bleeding your brakes just got as lot easier and quicker. A significant upgrade from the factory bleeder. This is available for late style calipers only.

Both styles of bleeder screw are sold individually or with our caliper rebuild kit.

Installation Tip: For the premium bleeder screw, have the bleeder screw open just enough to get some flow out the top, usually about 1/2 turn out from seated. Use some clear vinyl tubing to see what is going on and watch the bubbles be worked out. The internal check valve keeps air from being pulled back into the system.

These Bleeder Screws Fits These Honda Motorcycles
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