Date: 22 Sep 2006 13:49:37 GMT
From: John B <>
Subject: Re: '94 900S Rear wheels not verticle

On Fri, 22 Sep 2006 08:24:06 -0400, Fred W wrote: >> ps- also don't overlook the fact that you will have the brake line apart and >> will therefore need to know how to bleed the brakes >> > > If you take the calipers off and support them why would you need to > break the hydraulic line? > Actually I was referring to the brake line that goes from the body to the axle, not from the axle to the caliper. I suppose I'm making the assumption that the brake lines don't go directly from the body to the caliper on the ng900- my experience is mostly limited to the c900. Funny you should mention that though. A few months ago I did brake work on a 9-3 for the first time, and I was surprised that the rigid brake line ran right to the caliper (no flexible hose as on the c900). I had to remove the caliper to replace the brake rotors, and I didn't realize that the rigid brake lines provided enough flexibility to leave the hydraulics hooked up. So like a fool, I did the extra work of disconnecting and reconnecting the hydraulics and bleeding the brakes. Oh well, it was a learning experience. John -- Posted via a free Usenet account from

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