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Steel break line mounting?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by DuneRunner, Aug 19, 2001.

  1. DuneRunner

    DuneRunner 1/2 ton status

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    Where should I hang the new ProComp steel lines? I was thinking ZIP tie them to the shock housing.
    What do yall think? The install was EASY! Kinda messy but FUN.

    DANGIT it's not a bronco!
     
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    I ziptied a little metal loop to the shock, then ran the brake line through the loop. Kinda what Steve did on his:
    http://coloradok5.com/gallery/K5Jungle
     
  3. DuneRunner

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    Savage Thanks for the pict. When I get home thats whats a happenin. Keep It real in da BAY area...K5 style....:)
    KEN

    DANGIT it's not a bronco!
     
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    Hey Ken, remember that place in Hayward I told you about. Well it seems that its illegal after all. I was up there on Sunday and was playing around until I blew up my rear 10 bolt. I limped my way outta there and left the truck on the side of the road and called a tow truck. While we waited, two Cop cars pulled up and went down into the valley. They said they were looking for some guys wheelin down there. I'm surprised they didn't say anything to me with my rig covered in mud. Oh well just got lucky I guess. I hope RAMPAGE sees this too. Damn.. you know of any local spots to wheel? Well after I swap my axle.

    Rod
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    85 K5 6"ProComp 35"Boggers... and it's still not BIG ENOUGH!!
    <a target="_blank" href=http://coloradok5.com/gallery/K5Jungle>http://coloradok5.com/gallery/K5Jungle</a>
     
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    ROD, Bummer Dayz :( Sorry to hear that.
    I was just out working on the K and you will notice by my other post that I fixed it.
    I love working on my Blazer. Are you going to up grade the rear axel?
    14 bolt? Shop around..... Hay if you are going to be doing your own swap let me know if you need a hand.
    KEN

    DANGIT it's not a bronco!
     

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