I am a heavy DIY'er, and have been changing my own brakes (as well as neighbors and family) for 15 years. I have used a few different methods of brake bleeding, but figured I'd try out a vacuum bleeder (since my wife gets huffy every time I ask her to help me out with the car, you know how it is). The first thing you notice is how well this thing is packaged. The packaging acts as a tray so you can store this in your tool box. Nice kit, very heavy duty, lots of hose and fittings that will most likely work with any vehicle application you throw at it. It even came with instructions which were very detailed. I would recommend this tool to anyone who does their own brakes or might need a vacuum hand pump for anything automotive related.
when i got home to blled th brakes on my harley the little bottle sould not seal properly to the lid. thus creating a vacuum leak and not pulling and vacuum at the bleeder screw!!!!! come on cfraftsman yall are really letting me down...what happened did yall outsource to china????are we selling our country away. this just about did it for me yall just lost a loyal crafsman. i would buy craftsman in the past but not now days
I do a lot of brake jobs in the driveway for freinds and such. This tool made bleeding a ton easier. I've only used it once but seems like its well made. I'm sure I'll be replacing tubes and the cup eventually. Also came with a few spare parts to have on hand such as o rings.