Brake Line Installation

Brake Line Installation

Any ABS or brake lines should be fixed onto rubbers supplied in the tool bag first, then attach the rubbers to the supplied brake line brackets (two types of brackets).

The brake line brackets will then attach to the coilover; The position of the brake line brackets is determined by the installer.
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