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Old 10-12-2005, 02:38 PM   #11
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I like Chad'* thinkin also... Im going to have to do this to make sure...cause ther has been a couple of times that I have hit a curb coming out of a parking spot man I hope thats all it is, a bad line....seems easy to do?!?! or is it!?!? and/or am I just a complete fool for that last statement?!
We all hope it'* a bad line. A fool on the hitting curbs part? if you rub a curb with the tire...you wouldn't hurt a brake line.
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I like Chad'* thinkin also... Im going to have to do this to make sure...cause ther has been a couple of times that I have hit a curb coming out of a parking spot man I hope thats all it is, a bad line....seems easy to do?!?! or is it!?!? and/or am I just a complete fool for that last statement?!
We all hope it'* a bad line. A fool on the hitting curbs part? if you rub a curb with the tire...you wouldn't hurt a brake line.
well I meant a fool the hopin it was just a brake line...... welll yes i agree on rubbin the tire wouldnt do anything, but Im talking bout the whole tire rollin up on the curb then droppin off.... also just incase someone is pondering this thought...no there is no fluid leakage from the car or anything on the ground.
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I sure hope you didn't pull a good one like Harofreak00

Tell us you didn't do anything this good

http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=curb27
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I sure hope you didn't pull a good one like Harofreak00

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http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=curb27

hahah...sorry andrew...no I did not do anything like that..... thank god!
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Given the frame design, i just crawled up under mine, It couldve taken a rock no bigger than a golf ball to crimp the line. Brake lines have thin jacket to protect from objects.
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Given the frame design, i just crawled up under mine, It couldve taken a rock no bigger than a golf ball to crimp the line. Brake lines have thin jacket to protect from objects.
great.....than i assume this is easy to follow?? the lines that is?
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