You can make your own one man bleeder using an old water bottle, plastic tubing and a zip tie. Check out the video by chisfix. I did this in the summer when I redid all my brakes. It worked perfectlyYeah it is weird..
I ran all around the tiny Town closest to me and here is what I have found:
Advance Auto Parts - worthless.. no inverted torx sockets at all, only dot 3 fluid to be had except house brand dot4.. even the dot 3 was more generic brands.. also no one man brake bleeders.
AutoZone - had inverted torx sockets (star sockets) but only one kit that went from E8 to E16. Didn't include E20. Also only had pintosin dot4, generic brand Dot4, and Brembo Dot4. Had a brake bleeder kit but the one was the tiny $8 job, and the other was $40!!(on their website they sell it for $30?)
Just to try it, checked the Home Depot but they had zero inverted sockets so.. Looks like I might as well mosey down to the Harbor Freight a few towns away next week and order my DOT4 off of Amazon.
Edit. I just realized you were using it for the CDV delete Install. It may not work as well but check it out if there’s no affordable bleeders nearby