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Thread: Brake Line Routing Question!!

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    My Deuce trucks have a single rubber line going from the hard brake line at the frame down the the axle, the axle, it T's to either side. Will I have a problem running my brake system like that or do I *need* to go with the two rubber lines down from the frame like the traditional way???
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    Dec 2003
    Lone Pine, CA

    Default Brake Line Routing Question!!

    Why would you ever run two rubber lines to the axle? I've only ever seen the one rubber into a tee off to each wheel. Rearrear that is. Frontrear would be different.


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