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Old 08-30-15, 01:50PM   #1
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Default B&M roll control

Well, after my purchase i figured id try installing it. Really not a hard job except theRoll control comes with NO fittings. You cannot install 3/16 brake line to the solenoid without a trip to your local parts store. Fitting should be included. You also need a T fitting for both front brake lines to go into the bottom of the solenoid. No T fittings included either. (should be included). For the pricey unit its lacking a few fittings besides that its a great piece to own.
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