- 100% Complete kit - No need for the Shimano funnel.
- Mineral oil-specific syringes now included with every kit.
- 50ml mineral oil brake fluid included.
- Securely connect the bleed tubing to the caliper with our all-important tube holder.
- Full, easy-to-follow bleed instructions.
- Epic Bleed Block & Rotor Correction tool now included!
- Perfect for beginners or experienced brake bleeders.
- UK Delivery £1.99. FREE on orders over £20
Bleed your Shimano brakes easily and quickly with our Shimano Bleed Kit. Complete with 50ml mineral oil, enough to bleed both brakes, you'll never have to worry about mixing the wrong oil or voiding your warranty.
Everything is here - no need for the Shimano funnel, our master cylinder syringe takes its place. Our fully illustrated instruction sheet will guide you through the bleed process saving you time and money.
Our syringes have been designed without rubber plunger seals to ensure that they are compatible with mineral oil brake fluid making them perfect for bleeding your Shimano brakes.
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Say no to expensive labour costs, and the two week wait at your local bike shop, let us guide you through the simple, DIY task of bleeding your own Shimano brakes. We're ready when you are.
Join over 75,000 riders who've bled their brakes with us! Buy your Bleed Kit for Shimano Brakes from Epic Bleed Solutions - No.1 for mountain bike brake bleeding.
Well explained how to use for a beginner, includes everything you need and was able to use the kit without any issues! Would highly recommend
Excellent quality and everything I needed. Printed instructions proved simpler than the YouTube video I’d watched too.
Everything you need in one package with easy to follow instructions, even for beginners. Ordered an additional bottle of mineral oil so sorted for additional bleeds! Fast and efficient delivery. Highly recommended!
Glad I bought one, it was so easy to do
I managed to bleed my brakes effectively. I found that there were better, simpler instructions elsewhere - trying to make sense of the instructions given was a headache. I suggest a brief explanation for what you are trying to achieve and what each brake component is doing would be simpler, or more diagrams.