I, with the help of a friend recently managed to install the rear disk brake kit from TSM onto my '77 Blazer. The install for the most part went pretty smootly until of course the brake bleeding had to take place. I swapped sides with the calipers; so that the bleeder screw is pointed down and the e-brake arms are pointed up. Before mounting the calipers to the brackets they were gravity bled as much as possible. Once the calipers are then bolted to the brackets how then are we supposed to bleed out the remainder of the air from the lines? I had a brainstorm this morning and just need to have it confirmed as a good idea from you guys or to find out if there is a better and simpler way to bleed the remaining air from the lines. I can just hold the calipers onto the rotors with the bleeder screws in the upright position while bleeding. That way the pads would have something to push against while moving inward as the pedal is being depressed during the bleeding procedure. After all of the air is out of the lines the calipers can then be rotated back around and remounted to the brackets. Is there another way that I am missing? Please help a novice brake bleeder out. This kit from TSM does seem to be quite awesome and would be even better if I (with your help of course) could get it up to its full potential. Thank you very much for your help with this. Sincerely, Jim P.S. I have called CO (TSM) and spoken directly with Skip he really doesn't answer my questions satisfactorily and the long distance charges as well as my frustration is builing up rapidly!