Furthermore, when you’re bleeding the brakes on your Ranger Crew, take note of the position of bleeders and calipers. When you do the Portals, it moves them from the front to the back and puts them upside down. You may think that if you’re using a bleeder pump this shouldn’t be an issue, but if your calipers are upside down, you won’t be able to get all the air out. It may sound simple and dumb, but it’s rather common. When you’re bleeding your brakes, the bleeders need to be on top. Also, make sure to set the set screws properly in the calipers before you bleed them. There are screws on the back of the calipers to set the clearance of the pads to the rotors, which can affect the brakes if not set right when bleeding. It’s always the littlest things that mess people up, so don’t get frustrated when working on your Crew brakes and push through, you’ll get there eventually if you don’t give up.
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