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Sanderson Teleporter 725c brake bleeding

Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by Harvested, May 18, 2018.

  1. Harvested

    Harvested New Member

    Hi. I need to bleed the brakes on my Teleporter and wondered if someone could give me a steer on where to access the bleed nipple before I start removing stuff that perhaps I don’t need too!
  2. sorry I cant help regarding actually bleeding brakes... but why are you doing it ?? have you fitted new seals? the reason I ask is brakes should not just need bleeding
    also I don't know about your Sanderson but the Matbro Teleram 3 that we used to have , in the brake system mineral based fluid had to be used
  3. Harvested

    Harvested New Member

    I haven’t done any work on the brakes and just assumed there is air in the system. Long peddle travel and no brakes until near the bottom. Reservoirs are full so no signs of a leak.
  4. ACEngineering

    ACEngineering Member

    The bleed nipples are inside the wheel hubs at the top.

    Accesed via the drain plug.

    Dot 4 brake fluid.
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  5. Harvested

    Harvested New Member

    Many thanks. Probably a stupid question. But I’m assuming I’ll need to drain the oil from each hub and refill after bleeding?
  6. ACEngineering

    ACEngineering Member

    No but if you do the hubs and axle oil is Limited Slip 90.
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  7. Harvested

    Harvested New Member

    Cheers. That’s tonight’s job!

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