E38.org has a few write-ups. I went around to a few local stores (Wal-Mart, Ace Hardware, etc) to find a bleeder that could hold around a quart or so. Take your old brake master cylinder cover w/ you, then goto Wal-Mart or an automotive specific store and get a cap of the same size to drill and install a nipple to connect the bleeder to the cap. I might be getting confusing now, but these are pretty easy things to make. Either read up on E38.org or maybe even try using Google on how to make your own bleeder.
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