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14 hours ago, Yowzer said:

We get Hilux's and Bounty's in at work all the time with them failed, it's amazing how happily they lock the rears with even the lightest of brake pressure. Scary as fuck in the wet haha

Good to know. I’ll unbolt the arm and take it for a drive first to see what it’s like

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As long as the brakes work it'll be fine, you could even cable tie the pipe on if you felt like it. Trailer WoFs really only care about wheel bearings, tyres, lights, and structural integrity. 

 

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They'd probably accept garden hose going by the trailers I see on the road. Perhaps just sleeve it in some electrical duct so it can't rub?

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P clip it inside the a-frame.

Much easier to fix when it gets whacked and broken off at the master cylinder 

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Cm trailers do a side mount brake line Master cylinder that will eliminate 90% of crushed line during loading and unloading, especially relevant when using a mini digger as the diper arm with clean up bucket attached sits on the drawbar.

 

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One at work got failed for no sleeve in the hole as it went inside the draw bar

also another ones line is run along the front of the axle to the other brake and it was failed for being all rusty (from stones flicking up etc) 

they replaced it with new line still along the front :doubt:

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3 hours ago, Bling said:

They'd probably accept garden hose going by the trailers I see on the road. Perhaps just sleeve it in some electrical duct so it can't rub?

I'm thinking about sleeving it in garden hose inside the draw bar. 

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On 16/02/2019 at 20:58, Mr Vapour said:

I'm thinking about sleeving it in garden hose inside the draw bar. 

Problem with running down the inside of the draw bar is it's another hole to let in water. Not an issue if the trailer is hot dip galvanized.

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