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Old 19-03-2014, 08:27 PM
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Hey Zordo, chasing a price for 4 inch extended braided lines for a 2006 4.2 ute.

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Hey Zordo, chasing a price for 4 inch extended braided lines for a 2006 4.2 ute.

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Hi mate.

$80 each
Postage to Toowoomba is $15
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Is that for the two down to the diff? How much for the ones to the wheels?
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Is that for the two down to the diff? How much for the ones to the wheels?
Hi mate.
I only do brake lines chassis to diff
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Ok. Is it possible to get braided lines on the wheels at all?
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Ok. Is it possible to get braided lines on the wheels at all?
Yes mate. you are looking at $70ea
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Hi Zordo - Are you still doing brake lines? How much for rear brake line for an 2005 non abs with 6 inch lift inc postage to 2175?
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Are the two front lines (have abs) easy enough to fit? Has anyone done a step by step guide on here?
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Are the two front lines (have abs) easy enough to fit? Has anyone done a step by step guide on here?
Piece of cake to fit.

Do left front side, bleed.

Repeat right front side.
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Are the two front lines (have abs) easy enough to fit? Has anyone done a step by step guide on here?
Piece of cake to fit.

Do left front side, bleed.

Repeat right front side.
Thanks mate, where both my lines go up to the chassis on the front (have abs) is it a case of just undoing the nut on the steel line coming down and then they just come off? Or are they held onto the bracket with a circlip?

The one on the passengers side looks like a ***** with the aircon compressor in the way...
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Is there a specific order for bleeding if replacing both front and rear diff lines?
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Is there a specific order for bleeding if replacing both front and rear diff lines?
I believe when bleeding any brake you start with the calliper which had the longest amount of line to the master cylinder
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No, not bingo at all.

You startvwith the proportioning valve.

Unless you have a 2012 or later Patrol.
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No, not bingo at all.

You startvwith the proportioning valve.

Unless you have a 2012 or later Patrol.
Bleed the proportioning valve?
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