brake line question

Discussion in 'Axles + Brakes' started by 95k150050, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. robert lowman

    robert lowman Newbie

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    Ok I'll ask the same question again. How do I bypass it
     
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    Ok I found a porp. Valve I'm gonna use. It has 3 3/8 fitting out ports and 2 3/8 fitting in ports what adapters do I need to make the 2 master cyl lines amd the 3 brake lines match up? Like what siza are the fittings on those brake lines on our trucks?
     
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    And just add a porp valve in its place?
     
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    I would cut all the fitting off and re-flare the lines with the correct size (3/16 most likely?)
     
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    I'm not sure I only know it said 3/8 inlet and outlet
     
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    Would bypassing the abs stop the fountain I have in my master cylinder when I press the pedal?
     
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    There will always be a little bit of "fountain" when the pedal is first pushed,, that's the excess fluid in the master cylinder going back up into the reservoir until the piston(s) close-off their compensating ports.
     
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    It never stops unroll the pedal is on the floor
     
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    Ment until the pedal is on the floor sorry new stupid android phone
     
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    So I just replaced a caliper amd did a complete bleed is it normal for the brakes to still feel a little eh, but fell hard when the pedal is even with the gas pedal? I have not driven it yet. I wanma do that tonight when not so many people are on the road
     

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