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Brake lines (part #'s)

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Nike, Oct 11, 2000.

  1. Nike

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    Brake lines (part #\'s)

    Last week someone ask for the NAPA part numbers for longer brake lines - I think they are 38872, and 38572. I copied these off another board some time back, so no guarantees but give them a try. Thanks Nike in Mo.

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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    The info I wrote down indicated they worked with 4 or 6 inches of lift, I do not know how much longer in length , I have not purchased them yet. Thanks, Nike in Mo.

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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    Thanks NIKE, that was me. I'll let you guys know how much longer they are and if they fit my 1973. Later

    Cruisin in my '73.
     
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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    Goose, I got a set of stainless steel braided from Earl's that ended being cheaper than the original replacement brake lines. I think they were 89.00 for all three (both front and the rear)
     
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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    JEEEESH!!! I just called NAPA on those lines and got quoted $16.77 and $49.99. I think I'll just go for a set of braided lines and be done with it.

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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    I bought a set of +11" Superlift SS lines for a little under $100, I think more towards the $89.

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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    Do you recall where you got those and if they were front and rear?
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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    could you give me the URL or ph # for Earls thanks
    sergio

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    Re: Brake lines (part #\'s)

    I far as I recall that was for all three. At the worst it was a hair over $100, but not more.

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