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I have heard the same thing. It depends on the year but on one type there is a nipple on the forward end (I think) that needs to be held in and some years it needs to be held out. My '77 CJ-7 needs to be held in while bleeding the brakes. I just used a large C-clamp, you may also be able to use a block of wood wedged against the valve. Some people have told me that they didn't bother with it and had no probs bleeding their brakes. I used the C-clamp thing and it worked out fine. I am not sure if it would make a difference if I didn't. I know this is confusing but I had a late night in the French Quarter in New Orleans and am not thinking all that straight. But hopefully it'll make some sense when you check your out. HTH.
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