Moroso 44050 Anti Roll Control Line Lock
Universal Fit, Steel, 1/8" NPT Female Inlet Fitting, 1/8" NPT Female Outlet Fitting
- Has a 1/8" NPT Female inlet and outlet fitting
- Specially designed to work with ABS applications
- A heavy-duty construction and quality components provide reliable operation after repeated use
- The extruded aluminum shifter handle mounting bracket is far superior to any other in use today
- Works by locking the front wheels and hold the car in the water box for the burnout, or to prevent creeping in the light
Brake line locks are used in Drag Racing to lock the front wheels and hold the car in the water box for the burnout, or to prevent creeping in the light. Anti-roll design has better holding power than any other unit currently available.
- Extruded aluminum shifter handle mounting bracket is far superior to any other in use today
- Heavy-duty construction and quality components provide reliable operation after repeated use
- Designed to work with ABS applications.
Kit contains a heavy duty push button switch, switch bracket, coiled wire, rebuildable line-lock valve, fuse holder, and indicator light
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