rear brakes, RH
rear brakes, LH
BRAKE HYDRAULIC HOSES—ORIGINAL RUBBER TYPE,
"Replace Hydraulic Hoses Every Few Years for Safety's Sake"
Replace hydraulic hoses at least every 30,000 miles or every couple of years for
safety's sake. Check hoses for cracking, chafing, and other problems any time you are
under the car.
SPECIALTY CLIPS FOR HYDRAULIC BRAKE PIPES,
"Most Original Clips Remain Available for a Workmanlike
TRF goes to lengths to provide the right hardware for serious enthusiasts. Two of the
clips listed here were made for TRF, and we purchased huge stocks of some of the
others. For a good illustration, see Plate DM in TR6 Spare Parts Catalogue, Volume
One (Blue). You will find this catalogue posted on the web site.
spring, anchors pipes to holes
drilled into the chassis frame
riveted to chassis frame side
securing clips to chassis
frame; two rivets per chip
securing RH front brake pipe
to suspension turret
spring, securing brake pipe to
rear suspension crossmember
spring, securing brake pipes to
rear suspension trailing arm castings