the little black nipple is where the bleeder screw is. once u install the new caliper u bleed the fluid through that screw.
MAKE SURE TO SANDWICH THE BRAKE LINE WITH THE 2 COPPER WASHERS. that forms a seal to prevent brake fluid from leaking.
next onto the actual bleeding. there are several ways but ill explain the simplest. have another person with u and make sure u have the right sized LINE WRENCH. do not use a normal open or box end wrench. after topping off the master cylinder have ur partner pump the brakes 2-3 times then have them hold. open the bleeder screw and let it open for approx 2 second. close and have ur partner pump the brakes again. good communication is key here. and dont open or close the screw to soon or u'll have more air in the lines.
keep an eye on the brake fluid level, never letting it get low. good luck...any questions AIM me playa.
*edit* went to advance today and bought brake shoes, hardware kit, tube of white lithium grease and it came to about $55 with core charge. so the drums are cheap to do. it will require some special tools but nothing expensive or extravagant...
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