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Old 05-23-2012, 01:49 AM
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Assuming you will be notified by e-mail I just wanted to thank you again for the help. I finished installing the rear end this evening and everything is working great.

The only problem I had to work through was the brake/vent block on the rear end I purchased. It had a different fitting on the hose going up to the brake supply line in the frame. It was approx. .011 smaller than the one from the original rear end. I feel sure one of them was Metric. I removed the one from the original housing and put it on the new one, all the other fittings were the same.

So, thanks again!
Have a great week, Mike
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