Need info on line locks (roll control)

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  1. 69RRBallwinMO

    69RRBallwinMO Member

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    Does anyone have any info on where I can get a good line lock system for my '69 RR? Jegs, Mancini, and Summit have them but I think they're all for late model Challengers and Chargers. I guess I could buy one of them and make my own lines but if something exists specifically for my car, I'd prefer to go that way. Thanks.
     
  2. inri

    inri Well-Known Member

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    69RRBallwinMO,
    Why do you want a line lock? Wouldn't a trans-brake be better?
    I have a line lock on my car and i don't use it at all. If you're going to do a burn out just stick it in 2nd and floor it!!

    I'm not sure which brand my line lock is but it's probably from Summit.
     
  3. Basketcase

    Basketcase Keeper of the Green

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    looks like a chance for a sale!
     
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    Tjstartt Active Member

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    I run one on My stick car and have for years. (no trans brake on am Stick ) LOL!!
    Hurst is the oldest tried and true. But any good name brand is good. Thay are not modle or make specifec as its just a electric celinoid valve . Very easy to pipe in also !
     
  5. abodybill

    abodybill Senior Citizen Member

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    Some classes don't alloy trans brake.

    Infact some tracks in class for my Dart won't let me run the stutter box.
     
  6. Big John

    Big John Sit back, relax Don't bitch about the cigar smoke

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    Trans brake should be spelled "Trans break".
     
  7. george68hemirr

    george68hemirr I think you guys are full of shit.

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    if that dont break it nothing will...i have the hurst roll control ...line loc....summit/jegs/mancini sells them
     
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    BahamaA12RR Well-Known Member

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    Like George said, Hurst roll control- it's nice because you can rebuilt it if needed.
     
  9. Basketcase

    Basketcase Keeper of the Green

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    hey Joe, good to see you here!
     
  10. 69RRBallwinMO

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    Thank you, all

    Thanks guys, I appreciate the advice. Hurst it will be.
     
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    Hurst is the way to go!:thumbsup2:
     
  12. ACME A12

    ACME A12 Plaid Sport Coat Wearing Moderator Staff Member

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    You might want to start looking at the dates on some of these threads you're posting in before you hit "post reply"... Let the dead rest in peace I always say...

    :D
     
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    RKNRLR Well-Known Member

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    haha

    I have a hurst unit in my car, works great.
     
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    69hemibeep Sponge Bob Square Wheels

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    At least someone is looking at our old shenanigans :lol:
     
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    quikbird Well-Known Member

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    Still a lot of good info in those older threads
     
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    RKNRLR Well-Known Member

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    wired it to switch with my washer button - incognito
     
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    The thread detective is at work!:luvplace: :hifu:
     
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    Russ69Runner Well-Known Member

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    Searching old thread's has been a grate help. Did not dig them up and post in them but they are not dead for the info in them. :beep:
     

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