where can i buy a "T" to combine my front brake lines? what size holes do i need?
I would be very tempted to replace the rubber lines, if they were clogged. Brake fluid is nasty stuff, and it will break down the rubber components over time. I have had it occur on multiple occasions where the rubber line turns into a one way valve, brake fluid goes in when the pedal is pressed, but does not come back out, hence, locking up the caliper.496dart said:OK--i get to put away my wallet ---- FINALLY !!! $$$ o[
Just before i installed the Summit prop valve i decided to fire up the air compressor and blow air thru the lines to make sure........... Low and behold.....NO air coming out the rear brake lines........ ???
So, somethings clogged somewhere. I went ahead and took ALL of the crap off and ran air thru it. I found the culprit .
The rubber line that goes to the little Y -block on the axle tube. CLOGGED. I assume brake fluid reacts with the rubber if its sitting for 15 years ??
I had to soak it and run a pick thru it several times before this big glob of TAR shot out !
I never would of thought this was my problem . well i guess its 2007....and clogging/corrosion happens over time.
Oh , and i did take apart my prop valve and clean the crap out of it , ;D