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The caliper is on the proper side, with the nipple at the top. On the rear calipers, the nipple faces backward so nosing the truck down would force any air out the nipple, although I would have to think that any bubble remaining behind the nipple after bleeding on level ground would be quite small.
For those unfamiliar with Powerstroke rear calipers the left and right are identical except the nipple placement. If you install a caliper and find the nipple is at the bottom, then you have a caliper that should have been installed on the other side of the vehicle.
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2003 F-250 6.0l CCSB 4x4
Lariat Green over Gold, Black Brush Guard in front
2005 Engine, ARP studs, hardened valve seats, blue spring
Bulletproof EGR Cooler
17 in. XD Revolvers in Bronze
285/70R17 Hankook Dynapro AT/M's
Edge Juice Attitude CTS w/EGT
Nation's 185A Alternator
Performance Machine Coolant Filter, Caterpillar ELC
Rotella T6 with OptiLube
Day/night rear camera fed to AVIC and CTS
Next Mod: Blue Ox Gooseneck
Last edited by Ghost87; 08-22-2013 at 11:33 AM.