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Biondo Line Locks LL

Biondo Racing LL - Biondo Line Locks

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Line Lock, 1/8 in. NPT Inlet/Outlet, Zinc Plated Steel, Each

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Brand: Biondo Racing

Manufacturer's Part Number: LL

Part Type: Line Locks

Product Line: Biondo Line Locks

Summit Racing Part Number: SBR-LL

Line Lock Finish: Zinc

Line Lock Material: Steel

Line Lock Type: Electric

Switches Included: No

Indicator Light Included: No

Fuse Included: No

Fittings Included: No

Tubing Included: No

Line Lock Inlet Quantity: One

Inlet Attachment: Female threads

Inlet Size: 1/8 in. NPT

Line Lock Outlet Quantity: One

Outlet Attachment: Female threads

Outlet Size: 1/8 in. NPT

Quantity: Sold individually.

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Biondo line locks are easy to install, thanks to their built-in mounting tabs. Their have waterproof coils and high-flow ports with 1/8 in. NPT female threads are rated at 3,000 psi. Biondo line locks are are rebuildable for years of reliable service.


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biondo ll when you press the brake pedal down then press the lock button do you hold it or release it to lock the front brakes

Asked by GEORGE on November 19, 2017


Press break peadle then press button then let off break should have a min to 90 sec that it should hold

DOROTHY from IL answered on December 05, 2017

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According to the instruction sheet the 1/8 npt outlet goes to the front brakes.Do you have to install a tee and have a separate line going to the left and right front?I have mine going to both at the same time(no tee) and it doesn't hold.Is that my problem? Thanks!

Asked by RALPH on October 16, 2017


Yes, both left and right brake lines need to be connected to the output side of the line lock, typically done with a tee.

WILLIAM G from NH answered on October 18, 2017

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Could this be used to block brake pressure or can it flow through when engaged? I other words can it be used to stop the rear brakes from working?

Asked by RAME on February 01, 2018


Pretty sure its just a needle type valve. it should block the flow either way when engaged.

JOE from WI answered on February 08, 2018

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I see this has zinc shell do u sell anything similar to this that is stainless steel or chrome plated?

Asked by TERRY on January 29, 2019


The Hurst Roll Control is chrome plated and anodized aluminum.

SHAWN from CO answered on February 07, 2019

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