The 3/16 line is big enough, so you can scratch that one. Have you checked to see if you're getting any movement in the calipers or wheel cyls(in back) when the pedal is pressed? Does it ever get firm when pumping them up? If it does, you can pull the ebrake so that you eliminate any adjustment issues in the rear circuit.
Hmmm....you might try putting that plastic plug in the m/c on the line closest to the radiator so that it stays pumped up and the movement is all in the circuit closest to the firewall.
Thanks Mike Im thinking about doing just that. Start there and if that doesnt work start plugging line by line.
I have had this same problem on several vehicles and now I always pressure bleed. no need to bench bleed.
This is what I use.
Thanks Charlie thats awesome!!
A little off topic but what is the offset on those sweet VTO's and what size tire's do you have mounted on them. I am wanting to pick up a set for my 411, not sure which offset to go with in the 14" rims. Also, it looks as if they will "tuck in" when it's lowered, is that your impression as well?
No problem on the off topic. they are 15x6 +24 and they fit PERFECT!! and yes they do like they will tuck in when lowered.