How long does it take to bleed brakes by yourself?
Easy low cost one man method. Many vintage cars can benefit from a “Gravity Bleed” brake fluid bleeding method. It's easy, generally takes less than 30 minutes and can be accomplished without an assistant for about $10-15 in equipment. The proper open-end wrench for your bleed valve (common are M7, M9 and M10).
How do you get air out of car brakes?
Can I just bleed my rear brakes?
Each of the wheels has its own dedicated brake line. Therefore it's OK to just bleed one brake caliper. (so long as the brake fluid doesn't or hasn't drained below the low-level mark in the reservoir). This independent brake line layout is common to most cars, and it's OK to bleed just one caliper.
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Is vinyl tubing OK for brake fluid?
Most of the fuel lines I've seen are rated very poorly for brake fluid, and vice versa. The exception would be PTFE (Teflon) tubing. That would work for both fuel and brake, i believe. Vinyl pretty much works for nothing except water.