I did use the SB1010; the rears where nearly identical length, and the fronts were longer that OEM.Are you me? I literally asked this question about a month ago and got no response. I recently did this, and kept them intact, and was still able to bottom the bleeder out. If you're doing SB1010 bleeders the fronts I believe are slightly shorter than stock, just make sure tighten it good. Also the head on the speed bleeders is standard (7/16 I believe) which threw me off initially.
Agree, but the factory ones had more than just a rubber ring to hold the cap; it was thick, maybe 3/8”. I’d have to dig them out of the trash, but you can kinda see it in my drain pan in the picture here.. It seals via metal-to-metal contact via the beveled tip at the end of the screw.