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Old 02-23-2006, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by planoboy
Ski73, Looking very good. I like. The pix are appreciated.
Noticed the new actuator assy. Do you have a flexible connection for the brake line to accomodate the swing-away?
Great price on atwood 10" brakes at boatfix.com if you need'm.
~$100 / axle. can not beat that. I paid 1/2 that for just the wheel cylinders.
http://www.boatfix.com/bykeywordnew2...735&texttype=2
R/Plano
Thanks Plano! For my brakes I went strictly with UFP. They are located about an hour south of me and hooked me up with their latest disc brake creation. It was about 5 times as much as yours, but I did not need to change my actuator tube or my hard lines to accomodate the new set up. UFP is the manufacturer of my OEM drums, so it was an easy conversion.

Edit: Yes, you do use a flexible line from the actuator to the hardline of the trailer
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