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Old 07-31-2014, 11:42 AM   #1
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Brake fluid capacity

Does anyone know the brake fluid capacity on a 36 ft. 2001 Alpine?

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It usually takes me 2 quarts to do a flush, but that could be less than the capacity since I never evacuate the system.
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Probably 1-1.5 qrts but I usually buy 2-3 qtrs when I do a wheels off system flush...ensures I get a good flow of new fluid at each corner....
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For a full flush but a one gallon jug of Dot 3 Heavy Duty
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