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  1. Airline Tee Fitting

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Anybody have any good recomendations for 6mm airline tee fittings that DONT leak? I've got one for my in-vehicle pressure gauge thats tee'd into the tank line, but I cannot seem to get the thing to stop being leaky. I've tried the plastic one and the metal one you can get off ebay and whatnot.
  2. EAS valve block airline question

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    2002 . Tracing down all the air-lines and other parts to see what I have left from a castrated EAS system. Have tracked down all the Lines except the 4mm skinny line towards the firewall of the valve block which runs into the harness with the (2) rear and the ( 1) air tank lines. I see it...
  3. airline blow

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Anyone have airline blowouts, have had two in a week on same line. The one that crosses over rear axle. Repaired with fitting but not sure why happening.
  4. Valve block airline numbering ?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi I have just purchased a P38a that has had the 4 airlines cut and manual valves fitted unfortunately the 4 airlines to the airbags were cut back so much there is no way I can identify which line goes to which port on the valve block ? i.e N/S/F ,N/S/R, O/S/F, O/S/R ? obviously I have...
  5. Damaged airline rear air spring Were to buy replacements asap

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Damaged airline rear air spring Were to buy replacements asap Hiya so I was attempting to change the air springs and ended up damaging the airline connectrion when removing the Original air bags, which were a nightmare to remove. Is there a general parts store or place that I could pick up...
  6. Airline trimming-rear still leaking

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I trimmed my airline-it's been trimmed to the point that the little flare typically sitting about a half inch off the valve block collet is now pressing against the collet. I think this is why it's still leaking-I removed the sharp edges, sanded lightly, new orings inside, etc-all the usual...
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