Ok so I'm as lazy as the next guy, maybe even lazier. Normally once I have a good bleed on my maggies I then only bleed from the slave with the bleed port to the master, pretty much one way sometimes I push/pull a bit back and forth antifreeze/water bleed. Today after lunch I did something a little different. After hooking up my bleed kit I first pulled a little from the slave (master side syringe no plunger about 25% full) and low and behold there was quite a bit of air at the slave and it found its way up to the syringe. I then bled as usual got a few bubbles out at the master end. I have never bothered to separately bleed the slave that is opposite the bleed side but I'm willing to hear arguments for and against, brake feels great again good bight and hold. Thanks
Wondering if anyone has researched and or successfully converted some sort of non trials mtb 26" frame to a streety trials bike. Something with a long-ish top tube, 0drop bb or so, short stays, low front end like 60-80mm fork and rear disc.