I have weeping brake bleeders on my front calipers, 2000 HD Road King. Since these are the original bleeders and have some wear I'm just going to swap them out with OEM replacements. I've done many brake bleeds but never replaced the bleeders entirely, I'm just looking for some advice. I want too keep the mess to a minimum and not have to remove the calipers, just cover everything with plastic to protect from stray brake fluid. My plan is, with the calipers still on the bike, to leave the rubber caps on the bleeders while unscrewing them, the idea being to keep most of the fluid in and not draining out the screw like it would when you're bleeding brakes normally. Then when they're out quickly plug the caliper hole with my finger and screw in the new bleeder. Then bleed the brakes to get the air out. Done. Sounds like it should work, but maybe it's wishful thinking and better to just disassemble everything, do the bleeder swap, and then button everything back up. Just seems like maybe that's not even necessary if I can keep the fluid from going everywhere. Anyone done this?