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Old November 26th, 2010, 09:34 PM
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110 Stainless brake lines?

Classic tube sells a brake line set for what I believe is a NAS 110 V8, my question is whether this can be used on a 1983 110 diesel? It was RHD but is being converted to LHD.
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Old November 29th, 2010, 02:22 AM
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Sure, but the brake proportioning valve is mounted in a slightly different place on some trucks, so just be aware. My 110 had the valve mounted to the bulkhead stabilizing bracket and the 90 has it mounted directly to the bulkhead. The NAS 110 tubing will be set up for the valve on the bracket, which is very close to the bulkhead, right above the chassis rail. Bottom line is don't be confused if your valve isn't the same, you just might have to source the valve which is correct for the application.

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By the way, Classic Tube is a classic pain in the ass to deal with.
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The blue 110 had the valve above the chassis rail.
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Probably good then.
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Many thanks.
I got a set for an FJ40 and it worked out pretty good.
Ofcourse saying that I will now having nothing but headaches.
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I would recommend upgrading to the newer brake master and booster while you are at it.

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Just talked to Classic tube, they said their kit was listed for V8 fuel injected. I assume that a LHD tdi would be pretty much the same. They told me to check the ECR site, but I couldn't find the lines on any of their build pics.
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