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1972 Dodge Commander Rv
Last Post 09 Aug 2009 10:24 AM by Jim Elliott. 3 Replies.
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08 Jul 2008 04:36 PM
    I just got a 1972 Dodge Commander motorhome and the brakes arent working right. I thought i had to bleed the brakes but I couldnt figure it out and suggestions. thank you
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    08 Jul 2008 05:47 PM
    I did mine not long ago, GM P30 Chassis. 2 people work better, one to step on the brakes the other th loosen the "bleed nut". Step on the brake all the way to the floor, hold it and tighten. Repeat on each wheel.
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    08 Aug 2009 10:31 PM
    FYI: I just seen the other day at NAPA they had little bleeder valves that was actually a one-way ball valve. All u have to do is install them in place of the old bleeders, open them 1/2 turn and then go pump the brakes several times then close the valve and your done...I am gonna get some for my m/h... i think they were $4 or $5 for 2pcs.
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    09 Aug 2009 10:24 AM
    Speed bleeders, They have been on the market for many years......

    Problem is there are many sizes (Threads size) so you hafta be careful....

    Jim
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