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    Thumbs up Gunzon eezybleed

    Hey all,

    Just a quick note to say that i contacted gunson today about my eezibleed kit, the waswher on tyhe top of the reservoir bottle failed and I couldnt find one the right size. So the guy just said give me your address and is sending me a new one in the post.

    its usually bad experiences on here so go GUNSON!

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    Nice one mate. I had the same problem on the Mrs punto, I just put some electrical tape round the thread and it worked perfectly, but you cant beat the correct part in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxenburger View Post
    Hey all,

    Just a quick note to say that i contacted gunson today about my eezibleed kit, the waswher on tyhe top of the reservoir bottle failed and I couldnt find one the right size. So the guy just said give me your address and is sending me a new one in the post.

    its usually bad experiences on here so go GUNSON!

    I will put money on it that you are tightening the cap too much. With the rubber washers on them you just need to nick it up ever so slightly. Any further pressure will distort the washer and make it leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin2.6 View Post
    I will put money on it that you are tightening the cap too much. With the rubber washers on them you just need to nick it up ever so slightly. Any further pressure will distort the washer and make it leak.
    Interesting! Both the times I have used the kit (on an Astra and the Vec) I gave up because the oil kept getting passed the washer and going everywhere!

    I shall try this.

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    Hang on are we talking about the big rubber one in the cap, for the cap to tank seal or the cap to pipe washers? I wound them right up to get a seal but cap to tank as said, just nip.

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