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Old 05-06-2007, 01:10 PM
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Line lock install

Hello I got myself a B&M line lock and was wondering if I would be able to mount it before the differential pressure block? In the instructions it shows to mount it after but that would require me to bending the original break lines? would it still work if mounted before the pressure block thank!

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[nothing to help you..sorry ]

but is the pressure block where the 2 brake lines screw into the little block and 2 more come out the back?
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The 2 lines go into it from the master cylinder and 3 lines come out of it. 2 to the front breaks and 1 to the rear
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I have mine between the master and the separator block and it works great.I love doing burn outs at car shows
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The 2 lines go into it from the master cylinder and 3 lines come out of it. 2 to the front breaks and 1 to the rear
thanks i thought that was right =P
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Thanks Doubledick I can't see what would be the difference haven't it before or after but just thought i would ask in case I missing something.
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