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14 bolt brake lines!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by George_Pimpdaddy, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. George_Pimpdaddy

    George_Pimpdaddy 1/2 ton status

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    K into the swap from my 10 bolts to the 14ff so its short the lines like only a inches sticking out of the backing plate someone cut em off :doah:
    Anyways whats my options here on getting them hooked up like should i make new lines with a bender and fittings or should i look at the delership for a set? any part numbers? that would be sweet.
    also could i reuse my brake lines on my 10 bolt and hook em up on the 14?

    anyways thanks guys just figured id ask here since u guys are my tech database :bow:


    89 :k5: 355/700/241
    10 bolts 35" BFG Mud's
     
  2. Jason4x4

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    use the ones from the 10 bolt if they fit.
     
  3. Russell

    Russell LB7 Tahoe Status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I have a set of good 14 bolt brake lines -- PM me if you want them, I'll be in the city tommorow at the building you met me at last time :)
     
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    They should fit. Even if they dont, it's only a few bucks to make your own.
     
  5. Mudstud

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    You can buy different lengths of brakeline at the parts store with the flared ends and fittings on it. Just measure how much you need and tell them- Should be 1/4 brake line but don't know right off what fittings the are.
     
  6. George_Pimpdaddy

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    thanks guys i already got the 10 bolt dropped so ill try the 10 bolt brke lines since they look to be in great shape.
    Sierrra Classic - if you would want to let go of those brake lines id be willing to work something out even jsut for them being dropped off if u could, id be more than happy to use em only problem is that i have no wheels right now so ud have to stop by my house, its right by bonnie doon and whyte ave bout 87st. thanks dudes
     

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