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brake lines, help needed ASAP!

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by evil bastard, Mar 26, 2000.

  1. evil bastard

    evil bastard Registered Member

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    installed mt tc 4" ez ride system this weekend, and i need brake hose extensions/longer replacements YESTERDAY! if anyone can give me a link to a company that sells these id be in debt to ya! also, the tc 4" springs clear 35s easily, its more than 4" in my opinion
     
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    Skyjacker also has DOT-approved steel braided lines.

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  4. Corey-88K5

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    In a emergency situation, you can disconnect the stock lines, pull the steel lines through the bracket & reinstall the rubber lines. This will allow you to drive your truck with the stock lines until you can get your replacement lines.

    Corey
    88K5

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  5. Shawn

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    I know you needed them yesterday but I have some Procomp steel braided lines for you. They are the same exact lines that you see reviewed on this site. Steve and I had to swap lines because there's was a difference when I sold him my 44 and purchased a Dana 60. They will fit GM 10 bolts and Dana 60's but not Dana 44's because the inlet line bolt was a different size at the caliper. I got longer ones (34") the other day so I don't need these anymore. They measure 26" long (plenty for a 4"). I was going to ask $40 for the pair. I don't have the rear single line.

    Shawn
    sspickler@off-road.com
     

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