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Old 11-20-2010, 11:37 AM   #1
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I'm getting ready to remove the line-lock from my 01 and install a proportioning valve. I'd like to move all the components back to as close as possible to the stock location if possible. It's been awhile and I can't find my before line-lock pics of this area. Could someone snap a picture or two of this general area (see picture) where I can actually see where the lines are supposed to be from the factory. Preferably without the STB in the way. This would need to be from a 99+ car because on the older cars it appears things are setup different. Thanks.

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Did you ever get a pic of this? I could hit you up tomorrow or Thur morning. Fire me an email at fmowry at verizon dot net.

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Got it. Do you need more than what y8s posted?
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I'd be interested in a lower angle to show how the proportioning valve is located and if it's actually mounted to anything or do the lines completely support it. A picture taken from where the air filter box is located would be perfect. Thanks for the help, never thought I'd care about making something appear as close to stock as possible.
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Thank you, that will work.
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If the line-lock isn't spoken for already, please drop me a PM. I have a stock proportioning valve should you need it.
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