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post #1 of 9 Old September 9th, 2015, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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DIY abs delete question

Ive posted about this before and couldn't get the answers I was looking for so I decided ill try again. id like to delete my abs pump. I know ppl have done it by just removing it and adding brake line but I cant find pics or directions anywhere. I know some lines need to use a T fitting to connect 3 lines but im not sure which ones. any help would be great thanks. Pics would be ideal
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post #2 of 9 Old September 9th, 2015, 06:24 PM
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I'd use the billet delete block if it is still available.

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The ckassifieds mod motor mustangs on facebook, a guy sells delete plates.

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I might have to end up buying one but I'm looking for someone who's just spliced in line. I know it's been done
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im not a member on there. if I join will I have to get a certain number of post before I can post in there classifieds?
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I did it without the block. It was actually really easy.

First tag all the lines with what they are and where they go.


Remove the pump, cut all the fittings off the lines. Install new SAE 3/16" double flare fittings on all the lines.

Now just connect them with a pair of T fittings. MC front T's into the LF/RF lines, MC rear T's into the RR/LR lines. Tuck it however you want.

Bam, you're done.
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thank you that's exactly what I needed. all the lines are 3/16 then?
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thank you that's exactly what I needed. all the lines are 3/16 then?
I think all of mine were. You might measure them to double check. If you don't have calipers there's supposed to be a way to check the size with wrenches.
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