[ROVERNET - UK] brake line configuration 3500S or 2000TC
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Sat Apr 21 17:42:35 BST 2007
The bleed screw is on the left caliper using the
bottom hole (it's hard enough to reach as it is).
The top hole has a small pipe attached which is
supported by a steel tag secured to the back of the
left mechanism dust cover. A flexible linking hose
(rounded end) is screwed into the coupling nut after
being secured by a special nut to the steel tag above.
The opposite end of that hose has a flat end and is
secured into the bottom hole of the right caliper.
Another flexible hose, with a flat end, is secured
into the top hole of the right caliper and then
attached to a steel welded to an arch behind the
Special note: the hoses with the flat ends must be
secured and tightened into the right caliper *first*.
The other ends have nuts to be secured.
--- Bill Robertson <rover2000nut at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm pretty sure the top line on the caliper went to
> the brake line from the
> master cyl and the bottom line goes to the other
> caliper but reading Pauls
> summation it would appear that is not
> correct...........His sounds logical
> but i don't think this was the way it is hooked up
> and the book does not
> show the hook up in any of my
> books................Is this correct
> Bill Robertson
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