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Finished getting the 80D ready for first car show of the 2015 season.
As usual after setting the spark and choke , a few turns of the starter, the engine started and I was ready to go. Thanks to many experiences in logging and driving logging roads I tested the brakes. No big deal, except I live on a hill overlooking the Cascade Mountains and a long way down. Thankfully the 80 D has a very good hand brake and all was well.
The problem was a left front brake line. I had not put the right twist in the line when I installed new brakes and the line rubbed against the tire when I made a right turn. Good lesson for any 80D owners or any Diamond T trucks, check clearance of brake lines from frame to wheel cylinder for clearance in left or right turns.
Ira & Oksana Hagins