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heres something i noticed today... might be normal but i cant figure out why it is the way it is:

i was crawling around underneath my 70 elky (trying to see how hard its gonna be to swap these axles) and i noticed that there are steel brake lines going all the way back to the bumper area where theres one of those Tee blocks (proportioning valve or just splitter?) and the one that comes out from the top (the input for the block?) is only about 8 or 10 inches long (the steel line) and its unplugged on the other end and just bent up out of sight.. the block "tee" is clipped in place, looks stock, etc.. i know my rear drums do work.. what could this be?

if you need more info i'll study it a little closer

Mike
 

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These lines are for the rear air shocks which originally came standard on your Elky. There was a hose from each shock to the lines you found. Lines went back to a tire valve mounted under the bumper at the upper right corner of the rear license plate.

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[This message has been edited by Fred Aldrich (edited 05-26-99).]
 
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