1970 Maverick Grabber
This is my friend Roger's 1970 Maverick Grabber that his Grandmother origially bought new. She was the only owner of this car and it still has the original interior, paint and dealer installed a/c. Originally had the straight 6 but now has a Stroked 347.
MACHINE GUN MAVERICK MOVIE CLIPS
me and my sick 1972 ford maverick and machinegun
How to Bleed Brakes by Yourself | Phoenix Systems
How to Bleed Brakes by Yourself | Phoenix Systems Today we will answer your question on: How to bleed brakes by yourself? Well the trick is you have to buy the V12 system or the MaxPro System from Phoenix System. These two systems allow you to reverse bleed and vacuum bleed. In the old days you would have to have someone sit inside and push on the pedal. The person pushing on the pedal would force the air bubble down and out the caliper. Now with Phoenix Systems it will allow you to get the air out by yourself. How to Bleed brakes by Yourself Step #1 Purchase the V12 or MaxPro from Phoenix Systems How to Bleed brakes by Yourself Step #2 Make sure you have enough fluid to complete the job How to Bleed brakes by Yourself Step #3 Drain all the old fluid out of the system and then refill How to Bleed brakes by Yourself Step #4 Perform multiple bleed methods to ensure all the air bubbles are out. How to Bleed brakes by Yourself Step #5 Check all the bolts and make sure they are tight How to Bleed brakes by Yourself Step #6 Test Drive time! Get 100% stopping power in minutes with Phoenix Systems Brake Tools! Record breaking performance is minutes away with Phoenix Systems revolutionary brake tools that deliver performance you can feel. This Stacey Davids' Gearz segment shown on SPEED Channel demonstrates how to bleed brakes by yourself. See the Phoenix reverse brake bleeder in action and learn how to get a rock hard brake or clutch pedal in minutes. Also see a demonstration of the new #1 brake fluid test in the world, called BrakeStrip. Learn in minutes how ONLY Phoenix Brake Tools and patented reverse bleeding solve make it so you know how to bleed brakes by yourself. The difference in pedal response and firmness is something you can feel. One customers says, "I had to learn all over again how to drive my Chevelle because of the difference in brake response". Visit us at www.brakebleeder.com Like us www.facebook.com/brakebleeder Subscribe www.youtube.com/brakebleeder http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brake https://youtu.be/Y195Pti7aFo
Steve on Gearz
Steve's segment on the "What are you working on?" spot in Stacy David's Gearz show on the Speed Channel