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Question speedbleeder size

I ordered speedbleeders from speedbleeder.com, have an 02, bmw intergrated brakes, part number sb1010s, just reading through previous posts now and wondering if I ordered the wrong ones. Any input would be appreciated
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I ordered speedbleeders from speedbleeder.com, have an 02, bmw intergrated brakes, part number sb1010s, just reading through previous posts now and wondering if I ordered the wrong ones. Any input would be appreciated
Which ones did you order? And how many? (you can install one on the clutch system too!)

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Question speed bleeder

I ordered 4 of the 1010s speed bleeders, I have one on my clutch (1010s) already, just did not know if the brakes are the same size or did I need to order the other size instead, as per their website for integrated brakes.
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The SB1010S are the correct ones. NAPA also has them as P/N 675-1570 for $11/pair if you want to pick them up locally.

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Re: speedbleeder size

Anybody out there purchased Speedbleeders for a 05 ( hydraulic centre stand ), for the brakes and clutch fluid changes, and if so, which ones ?.

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Re: speed bleeder

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I ordered 4 of the 1010s speed bleeders, I have one on my clutch (1010s) already, just did not know if the brakes are the same size or did I need to order the other size instead, as per their website for integrated brakes.
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On some 02 LT's either the front or back are smaller than the 1010's. If I recall correctly on those few 02's the "08" size fit the front- but my recollection may be off- could be rear. We worked with the Speedbleeder folks on the difference and they should have the sizes figured out by now for the different manufac dates. Either way, the Speedbleeder folks were super and exchanged them for the correct size promptly without charging additional for return time. They'll take care of you if they don't fit.

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Re: speedbleeder size

As enquired before, has anyone with a 05 purchased speedbleeders for their bike, as there seems to be a difference between years/models.

I have another bike, which also needs a different sized bleeder for the clutch than the one suggested by Speedbleeder.com so want to check before ordering as I am not exactly next door.

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Re: speedbleeder size

I only bought them for my clutch.

The 05 used the same speedbleeder 1010 as the others.

Of course the clutch has that BMW thingy that I stripped, and finally discarded. I have just the speed bleeder screwed in.

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Re: speedbleeder size

Thanks.

I will go ahead and order as per their recommendations.

I have another BMW ( R1200C ) and different model years have different clutch bleeders.
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Re: speedbleeder size

Great,

When you get them and know they fit, please post again to close the loop for the future.

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The SB1010S are the correct ones. NAPA also has them as P/N 675-1570 for $11/pair if you want to pick them up locally.

just like to double check this number. the counter guy at napa could not cross reference this to speedbleeder.

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Application chart for Speed Bleeders

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Re: speedbleeder size

Does it matter more about the year of the bike or the year of the brake? My '99 LT had its entire rear brake (rotor, caliper & pad housing) replaced in '07 (from Brembo to BMW). Which type(s) do I need?

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