I swear, I am the king of breaking ****.
So I recently got my wilwood big brake kit installed. In order to bleed the brakes, I had to completely remove the bleed screw from the caliper, because no matter what I did, there was nothing coming out of the bleed screws. I even used a suction hand-pump from autozone, nothing came out of the damn things. But anyway, I finally had them bled and had a decently stiff pedal.
When I tried to bed in the pads, I kept smelling burning brake fluid.. Great. Pulled back into the driveway and the inside of my rims had a ton of brake fluid on them.
I jack the car up and take off the tire, and determined that the fluid was coming out of the bottom two bleed screws which I never touched during this whole process. I figure maybe they weren't tight from the factory or something? So I tighten them up as best I can.
I went back and pumped the brakes a few times, and come back to see that the screws are letting out even MORE fluid. So I proceed to tighten the screw as tight as I possibly can... And the ****** breaks.
Now wtf do I do? Has anyone ever had this much difficulty with the bleeder screws leaking everywhere or am I just the short bus kind of special?
Here's a picture of the carnage.