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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby PToombs » Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:16 pm

If you happen to break a line, run new lines from the block in the front direct to the hose connection. You won't need the adapters, that's the way I did mine. It's only the valve that has the funny size fittings.
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby Hansen01 » Sun Aug 14, 2011 9:09 pm

ok , thanks much apretiated! :D
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby Rebel_Horseman » Tue Oct 11, 2011 9:50 am

In case anyone is curious, the fittings are available at NAPA in their Weatherhead box. Total for both fittings was about $5 with tax.
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby RumbleFish » Fri Jan 18, 2013 3:35 pm

I just did this after my abs box decided to take an early retirement. I got the fittings from oreillys, and its in the edelmann brand. My store had them in stock, I think most of them should as they all have basically the same cabinets for brass fittings.

5/16x5/16 flared union 123500 $3.69
3/16 female to 5/16 male 258350 $5.99
I could've left it stock...but why?
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby Fred_M1010 » Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:18 am

I'm bringing this thread back from the dead :)

I was trying to remove the lines from the RWAL valve today to bypass it, but both lines broke.
So I've decided to run a new line between the block in the front and the hose connenction in the rear.
But I didn't have time to loosen them to check the size, and would like to get a new brake line made tomorrow.
So I'm wondering if anyone happens to know what sizes and types of fittings are used in both of those ends?
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby PToombs » Mon Apr 01, 2013 5:59 pm

I do know if you run new lines, you don't need the special fittings. The line is 3/16, and the line nut screws right into the hose connection for the axle. I can't remember what size was on the front end of the line. :oops:
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby CumminsPower59 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:25 am

PToombs wrote:I do know if you run new lines, you don't need the special fittings. The line is 3/16, and the line nut screws right into the hose connection for the axle. I can't remember what size was on the front end of the line. :oops:


^^^ This is what I did on my 92, just took the "in" line off the abs dump valve and hooked it directy to the rubber hose running to the axle. Simple enough :mrgreen:
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby Fred_M1010 » Wed Apr 03, 2013 12:27 am

I measured the threads in both ends, and the one in the front was 13.6mm (0.535") and the rear was 9.3mm (0.367").
What (pipe thread?) dimensions does that translate to?
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby PToombs » Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:01 pm

It's not pipe thread, (NPT) it's a straight thread. If you have the line off, just take the ends to the parts store and match them up, that's what I do for the odd ends to the master cylinder and proportioning valve and stuff.
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby 92diesel250 » Fri Apr 04, 2014 10:21 am

Ok, hi everybody. Forgive me if this is a dumb/obvious question but I can't figure this out. I all of a sudden have a mushy brake pedal. I do research and find this thread- promptly go out and buy the fitting (b/c you guys make it sound so easy) b4 I even look @ the abs valve. Sitting @ work right now I look under the truck AMD find the valve in the back framerail just behind the axle. It has two male fittings going into the unit- the fittings I have are both female to male fittings. 7917- 5/16 female to 1/4 male and (edit) 7828- 1/4 female to 3/16 male.
Now my question is how do I join the two brake lines into these fittings once I join the fittings together? (5/16 female to 3/16 male)

Or did Napa get me the wrong fittings. Do I need a 1/4 female to 3/16 female fitting? Instead of female/male

Thanks and sorry for the long post.

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Postby PToombs » Fri Apr 04, 2014 5:50 pm

dieseljack wrote:, but here are the NAPA numbers-

WEA 7917 & WEA 7828.



Look on the 1st page, I think you have a wrong fitting. It should be a 7828 instead of a 7818. Just read both pages of the thread, there are several sets of part numbers so you should be able to get the right ones.
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Re: abs delete parts napa

Postby 92diesel250 » Sun Apr 06, 2014 9:46 am

No your right- I did the get the 7828- @ least that is what the invoice says and the parts guy behind the counter says. It was a mis-type while using my phone. I have read the two pages and it is says to remove the valve and replace it with the fittings tied together or cut and reflare the tubing end.
I didn't see any pictures- and like my posts asked- I think I was given the wrong fittings b/c the two males ends of the pipes don't fit into the female/male ends of fittings once tied together.

just trying to clarify- I think I will be going back to napa- and see if I can get a female/female fitting to swap out.

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