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type of air line from compressor


Created On Sunday February 20, 2011 20:04 Diesel Talk
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ycanby
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Hello,
I was in the process of replacing the air line from the compressor to the air dryer. The old line starts of in a steel tubing then becomes a braided hydraulic type line after about 18" from the compressor. The old braided line is cracked and damaged from the heat from the compressor. Should I replace it with a similar line or use something different. The engine is a big cam 3 in a 9300 IH truck.
Thanks,
YC
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