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This locks one axle to do digs like a line lock would right? Would this be to big for a single caliper pinion brake?
It is 2 separate cylinders. One is actuated from pulling, and one from pushing. I think you can use it front to back, but I was using it side to side on my rear axle, since I have an ARB. I would think that it would work on single caliper pinion brake pretty well.
 

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since i am we todd ed, can you clue me in on how to plumb this in?
do you use it in place of a standard mc for rear brakes?
do you add a second stand alone set of calipers connected to this?
or do you just tee it into your existing lines?
i am interested in adding cutting brakes on my heep on tons.
thanks
 

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The line going from the M/C goes into this, and 2 lines go out, one to each wheel. Think of ir as replacing the tee in the brake line where it splits to go to each wheel.
 

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The line going from the M/C goes into this, and 2 lines go out, one to each wheel. Think of ir as replacing the tee in the brake line where it splits to go to each wheel.
so to lock one wheel would you pull the handle only?
or would you step on the brake pedal & then pull the handle?
i am still confused how this works. :homer:
 

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We use a two handle one on our race buggy, to answer your question yes and yes. You can use just the handle to actuate one brake or you can push pedal than pull handle and hold while you let off brakes leaving the one brake locked.
 
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