Hayes Disc Brakes | Pro Bleed Kit | DOT 5.1 Fluid - Pro Bleed Kit, DOT 5.1 Fluid

Pro Bleed Kit | DOT 5.1 Fluid


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The Hayes DOT 5.1 Dual Syringe Pro Bleed Kit comes with everything you need to bleed your Hayes brakes using DOT 5.1 brake fluid.

    What's in the Box?

    • Dual syringe style bleed kit
    • High-performance Hayes DOT 5.1 brake fluid (2oz)
    • Quick connect fittings
    • Reusable plastic container with locking lid

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 14 reviews
    Murray Miller
    Nice kit but...

    The kit is good and the videos are helpfull. The red plastic spacer for the caliper pistons is not right. Your supposed to install it and put the brake pin back in to hold it. When installed this way it only covers part of the piston and allows the piston to cock sideways in the bore. Now my caliper leaks at the piston. The Hayes Dominion brakes have been pretty high maintenance so far. I never needed to own a bleed kit until owning these brakes.

    dave Molder
    Pro Bleed Kit

    Purchased so I could bleed older Stroker Ryde brakes. Watched the “how to” video that made prep very easy.

    My project is an older bike.
    I used 3.1 oil in order to match my bikes OEM spec.
    I did have small issue with fitting for rear caliper. (Kit did not have correct fitting)

    Once over that small hurdle, the kit worked just like in the “how to” video and brakes now have much firmer feel.

    The dual syringes make the process Easy and clean.

    Pretty nice!

    Only issue was that one of the bleed inserts leaked so i had to put Teflon tape on it to use it. Not ideal hoping that no micro pieces of Teflon break off into the lever cylinder !

    Compact and effecient

    Great kit with everything needed to properly bleed my Dominion A4 brakes.

    Carl West
    So we're gonna go ahead and write a review....

    My Hayes Stroker Trail brakes were becoming soft at the levers, so I decided the proper thing to do was to bleed them. Bought the Hayes Pro Bleed Kit and sat down to watch the Hayes Brake Bleed video on YouTube. The first time through the video I got a little distracted by how many times the guy said, "so now we're gonna go ahead and {insert action}." I watched again with a careful eye for the section on the Stroker Trail brakes, but I missed it, again, somehow. I decided I had the Pro Bleed Kit so I was gonna go ahead and bleed my brakes as best I could copying off the other brakes on the video. I opened the wonderfully packaged kit and was confronted by a multitude of hoses, syringes, brass fittings, plastic fittings, etc...overwhelming. I looked for the instructions and discovered the kit did not include instructions. Fortunately, I've ridden and raced mountain bikes since 1985, so I'm no neophyte. I cobbled up a system to transfer old fluid out and new fluid in and release all the air from the system using the parts I found in the kit. I now know what McGyver must feel like when he assembles a working contraption. Afterward, I wiped the excess brake fluid off the brakes, bike, floor, ceiling fan, and dog, and went out for a relaxing ride.

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