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If you are, and it's a Hurst roll-control line-lock, did the instructions in the kit properly tell you how to plumb the lines to our brake setup?

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Who needs a line lock on a diesel with some power LOL
Those of us with 2-wheel drive trucks.

Yeah, I know.... :pointlaugh: but I run whut I brung, and since I'm stuck with it, I was hoping someone here might have plumbed one in.

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never installed one on a superduty.......but, you install line lock on the brake line between the master cylinder and the splitter (Y,T) for the front brakes. If you bought the cheap mechanical line lock you will have to do some major brake line re-plumbing because line lock will be required to be inside the cab. So when it is installed properly, you push the brake pedal to the floor and then push the line lock in. Now your front brakes are locked without having the pedal depressed.
 

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never installed one on a superduty.......but, you install line lock on the brake line between the master cylinder and the splitter (Y,T) for the front brakes. If you bought the cheap mechanical line lock you will have to do some major brake line re-plumbing because line lock will be required to be inside the cab. So when it is installed properly, you push the brake pedal to the floor and then push the line lock in. Now your front brakes are locked without having the pedal depressed.
With our hydroboost systems, I wasn't sure if the Hurst roll control solenoid would have to be plumbed differently than like I did on my Lightning.

From your post I'm thinking that its the same.

Thanks.

Stewart
 
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