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Suspension-Brakes-Hydraulics / Re: Brakes MC Diagrams - which line is which?
« Last post by ED-NY on April 06, 2020, 04:15:29 PM »
10-4..I know what you mean from working on GM cars...front went to back and back to front
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Suspension-Brakes-Hydraulics / Re: Brakes MC Diagrams - which line is which?
« Last post by warkin75 on April 05, 2020, 11:38:21 PM »
Thanks.  I thought I was crazy, or someone redid the lines wrong. So you do have  the rear line of the MC going to rear breaks?
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Suspension-Brakes-Hydraulics / Re: Brakes MC Diagrams - which line is which?
« Last post by ED-NY on April 05, 2020, 09:53:21 PM »
My 95 is plumbed that way...smaller line to front brakes...rear larger line to the rear axle.
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Suspension-Brakes-Hydraulics / Brakes MC Diagrams - which line is which?
« Last post by warkin75 on April 05, 2020, 09:40:22 PM »
I have a 1995 HD.  So my question is does the front line (the one closest to the radiator) off the master cylinder supply the front or rear breaks?  The front line on mine is 3/16 and the rear one is 1/4".  The reason I ask is because Im swapping to axles into a 1950 Mack A model and Im just running a regular disc/disc proportioning valve - not the abs module. Every other regular chevy truck I have the front is 1/4" and supplies the rear.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks
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Hey someotherguy: I'm not super knowledgeable about computers, I did some googling and used a program called Web Copier to pull it down.  The folder's 1.76GB.  How would you like me to get it to you?
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Checked - I've absolutely got the space for the archive.  Would probably be trivial to set up an FTP account if you wanted to upload it directly, or if you have somewhere else to upload it to and you're OK with me hosting it as well, just let me know.

Richard
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:(

Sad but totally understandable.  Thanks, Ed.

bridgepainter - I'd sure be interested in the archive; I may be able to host it.  I'll have to check my hosting plan but I'm reasonably sure I have the capacity.

Richard
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Thanks...maybe one of the larger truck forums would like to grab the forum.
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Thanks for all the hard work, Ed.  This site has been a valuable resource.  I'll be sad to see it go, but I totally understand.

That said, I have downloaded an offline-browsable archive of the entire website.  If anyone would like a copy for future reference, comment below and I'll see if I can upload the folder somewhere.  I think it's a little under 2GB of material.

Thanks again, Ed!  Best of luck in your future endeavors.
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Off Topic Items-Politics-Jokes etc / NOTICE: SHUTTING DOWN THIS FORUM 3500HD.COM
« Last post by ED-NY on March 26, 2020, 06:27:49 PM »
Just a heads up...I plan on shutting down the 3500HD Forum. I can use the 3500HD resources for my other forums that are beginning to slow down.

If there is any reference material please take the time to copy it in the next week or so.

Thanks to everyone for participating and contributing all these years!

Take care

Ed
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