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Author Topic:   Banjo fittings on brakes?
TRM38
Member
posted July 01, 2003 12:55 AM
Do your lines rundown at both sides of the frame? We have been taking a M10 bolt and coppper washer and sealing off the origional inlet and carefuly removing the piston with blow gun, drilling and tapping a 1/8" pipe thread hole center of the piston. Then we put a 1/8" pipe to 3/16" flair fitting and run hard line and put a tee where it is handy to run back to supply. It cleans up all the lines and every thing is held tight to the housing. Rebuild kits are cheap and a good time to do this also.

[This message has been edited by Racer 10 (edited July 01, 2003).]

ez2bcheesy
Member
posted July 01, 2003 11:52 AM
We have run banjo fittings for years on Modifieds. Never had one leak. I also have plumbed several other race cars this way with no problems...The only thing you might run into is a clearance problem at the caliper. Some banjo's are bigger then others and the caliper might need to be ground down a bit for the banjo bolt to seal....Any questions just pm me.


TRM38
Member
posted July 02, 2003 08:07 PM
I have always used the banjo fittings and never had a problem with them.

AEROQUIP #'s
-3 FCM2947
-4 FCM2948


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