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Master cylinder lines

I need to make sure I have hooked up my lines correct, how do you tell which line goes to the rear and which goes to the front? I have the large line going to the rear and the small going to the front, is this correct? Should I still use residual valves? I have disc front drum rear.

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the lines for the front go on the port closest to the firewall, rear, to the port closest to you looking from the front. residual valve in rear drum line if the M/C dosn't have it intergrated
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the lines for the front go on the port closest to the firewall, rear, to the port closest to you looking from the front. residual valve in rear drum line if the M/C dosn't have it intergrated
Exactly.

Another way to tell is that most disc/drum master cylinders have a larger reservoir for the disc brakes.
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