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simplyconnected 11-29-2009 10:44 PM

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Originally Posted by YellowRose (Post 39389)
Yup, there has to be a connection somewhere there for the T for the brake light pressure switch...

My point is; don't buy the short, pre-bent combination valve brake lines if you use a tee. At least one of them won't fit because of close quarters.

Quote:

Originally Posted by YellowRose (Post 39389)
I am trying to keep from drilling more holes, so I liked the idea of tucking that sucker underneath and out of the way. Or just mounting it like they did in the first picture. Along side of it, and down some..

...you mean like this?:

Ray, install the valve where it belongs (not in 'convenient' holes). Consider changing the brake switch if it goes bad. If you need holes, drill them in the proper places. Square the valve up and mount it before plumbing. Your valve will never move again, so make it look good.


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