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Old 12-03-2012, 11:29 AM   #577
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Originally Posted by Mgizzle View Post
You are not missing anything but separating it from brakes is the whole point. First, lot less fluid to take care off. Second, makes bleeding brakes a lot easier since it is separated from the clutch now.

A bit before I take my car out of the garage next year I am going to bleed my brakes with some racing blue and separating the reservoirs is going to be so much easier so that I don't have to worry about the clutch for the time being. It will allow me to use different fluids too etc.

Now if someone would only sell me a reservoir with a bracket!!! please
I have reservoirs but mine don't come with the bracket. I install then on the inside of the front fender. I have pics if you want to see.
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