15 Years Factory wholesale Water Saver QL-139 Wholesale to Vancouver
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A: Generally it is 5-10 days if the goods are in stock. or it is 15-20 days if the goods are not in stock, it is according to quantity.
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Solid axle Toyota 4×4 trucks were sold in the U.S. between 1979 and 1985 before being replaced by the IFS (Independent Front Suspension) trucks starting in 1986. Other parts of the world were still getting solid front axles until the 1990′s.
One of the big issues when you lift a truck or put a long travel suspension on is that the front brake lines can become stretched beyond their capabilities. You either need to relocate the mounting bracket for the brake hose, or get a longer hose to avoid ripping your stock hose in half. The offroad industry would like you to go out and buy a set of extended length stainless steel brake lines, but there is a better (and cheaper) way to fix this problem.
The front brake hose has two female ends on it. The hardline from the master cylinder screws into one female end of the soft line, and the hardline from the brake caliper screws into the other end. However, there is another brake hose in the system at the rear of the truck. The rear brake hose that goes to the rear axle has one female end and one MALE end. If you simply get two more rear brake hoses you can run them in series with the existing front brake hose and you get a double length hose. You can also run two rear brake hoses together to get a double long rear brake line. The NAPA Auto parts part number is UP 38256. A new brake hose runs about $13.00 (USD). For comparison, a stainless steel extended brake line set can run over $100.
If you’re really a cheapskate, you can go to a junkyard and grab a couple of rear brake hoses for even cheaper (however, for $13 for a new hose it’s probably worth it just to go down to the parts store and get new ones.)
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