Do you guys always bleed your brakes after a rear pad change? I just replaced the rear pads on my 97 LX450 and I didn't have time to bleed the brakes even if I was inclined to do it. The brake fluid was an the MIN line when I started and just above the MAX line when I finished. I have been doing brake work on cars for a while and as a general rule I don't bleed brakes after replacing brake pads, partly because it is a pain. So is anyone lazy like me and awaiting disaster? If not necessary every brake pad change, what interval is best for replacing brake fluid?