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Born out of frustration this twin chamber plastic bottle has solved two of Kent's biggest head aches when brake bleeding or flushing brake systems.
In a perfect world your diesel would not leak a drop of fluid. Unfortunately, with the age of your vehicle, it may not be economically possible to eliminate every leak. You may just have to live with some leaks.
25-minute video instructions are now included. Our pressure bleeder is modified and put together here in our shop. We take a specialized pump sprayer and add a reliable pressure gauge and a modified cap that will screw on the top of your master cylinder reservoir.
Brakes are one of the most often neglected maintenance items on older cars. This is not just related to Mercedes Benz. Most owners don’t realize that brakes need special attention and service not only when pads are changed but every 2 years.
This large size rubber grommet seal is a common leak area at the bottom of your brake fluid reservoir. Fits all 107 chassis, 114 and 115 chassis SEDANS ONLY, 116 chassis and 123 chassis from 1972 to 1985.
Of all the extractors I have used over the years, I like this one the best and I had to modify it to make is work everywhere. It is super tough, fast, and adapts to all types of automotive fluids.
You asked for it so we made it happen. Many of you have been wanting to know what we use for high temp thread sealant (when we don't want to use the permanent epoxy). We don't like thread tape or anything with Teflon in it.
These are the instructions that come with Kent's brake pad and brake caliper service kit. It is possible to make your own service kit by watching this video. To purchase the kit see related products below. To learn more about the importance of this kit watch the video below:
For use on most Mercedes from 1969 to 2006 (see exceptions below)- UPS Ground Shipping ONLY! Buy the complete kit and save $$. This is almost everything you need to do a fast, clean and efficient brake fluid flush on your older Mercedes Benz passenger car.
I have used a lot of different clamping tools over the years to prevent fluids from leaking out when removing coolant, fuel, or brake fluid hoses. Most work ok. Some are hard to use in tight places. Many do not stop every last drip from coming out of the hose.
In this video instruction Kent will walk you through the process of doing either a partial or a full flush of your W210 SLS system fluid, including some tips on how to make changing that little filter less frustrating.
In a perfect world your diesel would not leak a drop of fluid. Unfortunately, with the age of your vehicle, it may not be economically possible to eliminate every leak. Sometimes you may just have to live with some leaks.
Tired of having to remove your wheels and tires to bleed your brakes? This tool makes it possible and really saves time. Watch the video below for more details and instructions on how to use it.
This is a full 25-minute step-by-step instructional video on how to properly flush or bleed your brake system using our pressure brake bleeder and fluid capture tank.
Excellent working brake booster. Very clean inside. No corrosion. Appears to have been a new replacement a few years back. 240D 300D 300CD 300TD 280E 280CE
Our flexible brake hose kit includes front brake hoses, rear brake hoses, 1 liter high performance brake fluid, 9x11 mm Flare nut wrench, 14 mm open end wrench, thread sealant, three pairs of nitrile gloves, and complete pictorial instructions.
Our flexible brake hose kit includes front brake hoses, rear brake hoses, 1 liter high performance brake fluid, 9x11 mm Flare nut wrench, 14 mm open end wrench, thread sealant and three pairs of nitrile gloves, and complete pictorial instructions.
This small rubber cap protects dirt from entering your level indicator on your brake fluid reservoir. Fits 107 114 115 116 123 126 201 and 124 models from the early 70s to mid 1990s.
We only sell in pairs as we have found if one is gone the other is going soon... For safety a matched pressure set is essential.
Old cars and brake issues go hand in hand. Especially if the car is not driving very often. Brake problems usually first show up as “dragging” or sticking brakes. If this issue is not dealt with immediately it can lead to serious problem including the car catching on fire.
Installing new front rotors on older model Mercedes requires that you remove the rotor from the bearing hub and bolt the new rotor back on. Sounds easy right? Sometimes not! The bolts are on very tight and often take a lot of torque to remove. How do you hold the break rotor while doing this?
Good used working brake booster RECENTLY removed from W126 300SD with good working brake system. Common failure part leading to hard brake pedal feel and difficult braking. Check to see if yours if full of brake fluid from a leaking master cylinder.
This is now a common brake failure item on the older 114 and 115 chassis coupes and sedans from 1968 to 1976. The big problem we are seeing is the the brake master cylinder seals are failing and leaking brake fluid into your booster.
Kent's procedure uses the factory recommended "drip tube method" but with a "twist." He has devised a way to get accurate and consistant IP timing results while trying to get the drip tube to drip at one drip per second exactly when it should!
Kent uses his 1976 240D that had sat idle for 6 years to demonstrate what needs to be done to get an old fuel system cleaned out and serviced properly. This always includes installing new fuel filters and sometimes will require replacing some of the rubber hoses.
Can be used to log maintenance on all Mercedes, PON FIN P55 Pre 1960, 190SL, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 108, 109, 107, 116, 123, 126, 201, and 124 chassis. Each of these is a shortened version of our regular maintenance logbook which contains 20 two page entry forms which is enough fo
Can be used to log maintenance on all Mercedes, Pre 1960, 190SL, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 108, 109, 107, 116, 123, 126, 201, and 124 chassis.
It has been said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" and so it is when working on older cars. Over the years I have seen so many component failures and other problems related to lack of lubrication that I am on a quest to rid the old car world of this malady. I see failures and pro
Have a small engine oil leak that is just annoying but too expensive to fix? Tired of seeing small oil spots on your driveway or garage floor?
We supply a number of extras in this kit including some special rubber and plastic hose that you will not find with other vacuum hand pump testers.
Sorry, this car has been sold to a diesel enthusiast on the East Coast. Stay tuned for a report on his trip in late September. This is Kent’s favorite driving older Mercedes OM617 turbo diesel.