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Old 03-21-2008, 06:06 PM
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Rear brake hardline.....need to remove fuel tank?

Hey there everybody.

My hard line to the back exploded on the way to the office yesterday. I ordered the stainless steal kit from bj's offroad and I'm waiting anxiously. I started removing the old line and I disconnected the back from the soft line at the crossmember and disconnected the other side from the proportioning valve and the brackets that hold the hardline up until the gas tank.

Do I need to remove the fuel tank to get to any more retaining brackets for the line? I really would like to avoid that mess and have even considered running a new line that avoids the tank.

If anyone has install/removal notes I would really apreciate them. Thanks!

-Nick
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