Brake Reservoir Cap - Polaris RZR & General - AGMProducts
Brake Reservoir Cap - Polaris RZR & General - AGMProducts
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Brake Reservoir Cap - Polaris RZR & General

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For use with the AGM Brake Pressure Bleeder. Fits the following brake reservoirs with black caps:
- Polaris RZR, 2016-2021

- Polaris Ranger (excluding 2019+ models)

- Polaris General (all models)

Does not fit Turbo S or other models with the large yellow caps on the brake reservoir. 

To check if sizing is correct for your application, measure the inside diameter of your brake reservoir cap and compare to it to this product. This cap's inside diameter is 1.865in. 

NOTE: Polaris RZR PRO will require the 90* adapter to connect the AGM Brake Pressure Bleeder. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews
Jacky Jimmerson
brake reservoir cap

Fast shipping and performed flawlessly, makes bleeding the brake system a snap!

Colby Kenyon
Break Bleeder is awesome

I bought all the things in the video and it was effortless to get my CanAm breaks bled properly.

Blake Smith
Brake Pressure Bleeder

Works fantastic! Should've bought years ago. Makes doing brakes yourself that much easier.

John Killian
Brake bleader

It worked well the only problem was that the release valve would not let the pressure come up to the green operating pressure and it caused it to be a little slow

John, thank you for the review. And I have good news for you, the pressure relief valve that you are talking about is adjustable. If you loosen the jam nut on the outside of the pressure relief valve and then slowly thread the top of the pressure relief valve in, it will increase the pressure. Best to adjust this while the air is connected so you can adjust the pressure slowly, in real time. 8-12psi is the goal for most application.

Salvatore Livoti
Great for the at home mechanic.

This is a good low-pressure bleeder for the DYI mechanic. It works at about 15 lbs of pressure which is enough to get the job done. Keep in mind there is no air bladder to separate the air from your compressor from the brake fluid. So follow the instructions and get a good filter/water separator for you compressor. Save your brake fluid cans to put the unused fluid in storage. AGM has exceptional customer service, so thats one less thing to worry about.