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Old 18th December 2010, 01:06 PM
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So what ends do you use on the flex hoses? M10 male concave on both ends? What sort of bulkhead fitting do you use with these?
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Old 18th December 2010, 01:09 PM
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Maybe worth a group buy?I know you may not get that much discount but at least everyone would get all the right parts required.
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Old 18th December 2010, 02:16 PM
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you need m10 convex fittings. 6 longer bulkhead ones and 2 normal length ones.
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Old 31st December 2010, 09:26 PM
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Phil contact Russ..

http://www.furoreproducts.co.uk/7_hel

say I sent you..

he will charge you double..

sorry I mean he will sort you out a good deal.
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Thanks Gavin I did'nt think of that , to used to just looking on ebay. Did you sort that 40mm tube problem?
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you need m10 convex fittings. 6 longer bulkhead ones and 2 normal length ones.
I'm trying to work out what fittings I need. For rear drums.

Surely I need 2 x bulkhead fittings for the front side panels (long or normal?)

2x bulkhead fittings to go on the rear around the diff (long or normal?)

2x banjo fittings into the drums (what angle do I need)

1x m10 tee piece (does this want to be central between the 2 rear drums or doesn't it matter?)

4x flexi hoses 450mm long.

Is this correct as ash said 8 bulkhed conectors in total.

What angle of banjo's or do they just want to be straight?
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Use the bulkhead fittings that go on to the pipe itself,looks better.

You can bolt the pipe straight to the fitting and you need 4 that way,you may be better off building up the suspension before you cut any pipe and trial fit it.
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Cheers fly, i forgot about bulkhead ends on the flexis.

I've just rebuilt the suspension but need to put the drum back plates on and do a final fit.
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In hindsight you could go straight into the cylinder with a short bulkhead fitting,I see you have fitted a bracket but its worth a try.
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In hindsight you could go straight into the cylinder with a short bulkhead fitting,I see you have fitted a bracket but its worth a try.
It's not my pic, it's borrowed.
If you can go straight into the wheel cylinder what is the need for the short bit of pipe or banjo? Does it hit the upright and therefore fail iva??
I think im going to buy them off russbost on LB. As I dont fancy making them even if he is quite expensive.
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