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looking to put a line lock in the car. what one do most people recommend and not have issues with.
Never had a problem with this one. Been in my car for 3 years. Biondo Line Locks LL
Biondo is the best, others leak
BS. Some do, some don't, some that are not supposed to do, and some that usually suck are fine. I run the Hurst valve from Jegs.com and it works perfect. The button and light are kinda cheesy, so I used better ones.
The Hurst Roll Control has been on my Duster for 18 years with no problems/ no leaks.
I was looking at the Hurst. I just don't want anything to leak. That's my biggest concern.
I use the Biondo. Been in my car since the 90's. Still works great. No problems at all. Fred B
thank you everyone
Hurst here as well, no issues.
Biondo, no issues in my dart
jegs version, summits brand, tci and b-m, never had a problem w/ any of them.
I run the Jegs brand, switched from Hurst a few years back due to lost pressure. I can hold the front brakes for ever with the Jegs. as mentioned above some leak down some don't. If you are worried about actual fluid leaks that all on the installation and what you use.
I have the hurst Use the correct fittings and no issues to be had.
I've got the Summit brand and no problems at all. I dont use it regularly, but its held up great so far.
After years of racing on and off the track most are all good as long as you flair the tubing properly and use good quality brass fittings and steel tube nuts. No compression fittings and basically “low pressure” means a leak or low voltage. The electrical coils used to open the valve or hold the valve get hot when energized and draw more power. If the power is not there then the magnet drops holding and the valve seeps fluid by or shuts down all together. They are used for heating up the rear tires (30-45 sec) not as a parking brake. Good luck as I am putting one on my 66’ as I type this. I went Hurst. Joe
Hurst roll control on two of my cars. No issues whatsoever.