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erm..... use a closed end of a 13mm spanner, works great....
thats the value of a forum, as I have the black one to do, and will give it a try
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thats the value of a forum, as I have the black one to do, and will give it a try
Works brilliantly, you will have to push very hard but will work so much easier than the method you did. Works on the drum end too!
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anyone know what these 2 threaded holes are for?

pretty sure they should not be open to atmosphere like this?

dont know what should be there, hopefully I can find the right size fastener in my box of Jeep spares and close them off



all the rear end stuff is out know
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just crawled under my 96 limited and there are 2 bolts holding a bracket clamp thingy that holds your solid metal brake equalizer line in place in your pic your brake line equalizer line is different flexible by the look not ridged like mine just chuck 2 bolts in and you will be good too dark now I can get you a pic tomorrow
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