Hello Everyone, If any one has any suggestions please let me know. I just bought a new DMC sidecar and installed it. Last step to complete is the brakes. I had some trouble with the line because it was made with compression fittings that sort of fell apart, so I had the line completely repaired with crimp fittings and tested for up to 3,000 PSI. So I know the line is good. The line is very long and braided, not hard metal like car brake lines. I have it installed and do not see any leaks. I am able to pull plenty of fluid through the lines with the vacuum pump gun tool, which seems to work great. The problem is I continue to see a lot of air coming through to the caliper. I do not know if I just need to keep bleeding since it is such a long line, if the tube I am using on the bleeder is not tight enough, maybe the brake pedal needs adjusting. I am having trouble figuring it out. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!