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Hey guys,

I'm about to replace the brake fluid on my cbr250r abs. I know how to do the front brake but just have a question with the rear. Because the rear brake pedal activates both front and rear, do I bleed the front and rear at the same time, or (as someone has suggested on this forum) do one at a time (ie. front first using pedal, then rear)?

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... front first using pedal, then rear...
Can't see any reason, why you should do it any different!
At a car, you start with the wheel, behind the longest brake line. 2. the one, with the second longest, and so on.

The front pipe/hose is the longer one.
After you've done that, do the rear.
 

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I'd guess you bleed the rear brake from the front calliper bleeder and then the rear, all by pumping the foot pedal.
 

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Hi! Sorry for re-use this thread..
I would like to know the diameter of the bleeder screw in order to buy the correct flexible hose. It's about 8mm?

Thanks in advance, Cheers!
 

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IIRC, 1/4 inch fuel line works.
 
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