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Extended Brake Lines

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by daleearnhardt01, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. daleearnhardt01

    daleearnhardt01 1/2 ton status

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    Okay need to clarify a few things....Looking at this stuff:
    Extended brake hoses that are 25 7/8" long will fit 10bolt from 89-2000 2wd chevy/gmc from right front but will work for both sides and can be modified to fit a D44.
    Part #'s:
    Napa - 38872
    Raybestos - 38872
    Auto Specialty - HB-86045
    Coni-Seal - BH-177767
    Carquest - SP8820

    Rear extended brake hose Napa part #4138068

    These will work on a Dana 60 correct? Is the 25 7/8" long enough for a 6" lift? Anybody know autozone part numbers or do I just go get 2 right front brake line for a say 95 2wd truck? What is the rear hose from, will it fit a 14FF, and is it long enough? /forums/images/graemlins/bow.gif /forums/images/graemlins/bow.gif /forums/images/graemlins/bow.gif

    Edit: Looking on Napas site that part number for the rear doesnt match up to anything. Any ideas? /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif
     
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    The carquest numbers are SP 8820 and SP 8821 for right and left. They can be crossed over to red box (the cheaper) brake hoeses as well. The red box hoses will start with SBH, followed by four digits. Sorry I don't have the part number handy.

    Application is an 1988 Chevy C1500 pickup.

    As for the rear, I used steel to extend mine so I guess I can't tell you what to use.

    Those lines will be long enough for a 6" lift if you run stiff springs and don't flex much. I'm going to have to figure out something for mine to get longer ones, as they were at least 4" too short for me at full droop. Local shops cannot make brake hoses because they cannot buy the banjo fittings. For now I've extended them with an 8" long piece of steel on each side, but I do intend on fixing this by either having a shop make some longer hoses or going with the steel braided ones eventually.
     
  3. daleearnhardt01

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    Thanks Tim, I forgot you work at CarQuest now..Im part time at AZ when Im up at school...
     
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    Cool i was wondering this same thing im still in the process of lifting my truck and haven't got to the brakes quite yet. Thanks for the info
     
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    Anybody know about the rear line?
     
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    The rear is the part number for a napa truestop brakeline and it fit just fine on the back of my brohers burb, but it only has a sf 14b rear, it also would have fit my blazers 10 bolt rear. I am almost 100 percent sure that it will fit yours being that I have never heard anybody complain during their 14bff swaps that their old brakeline didn't mount up. /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
     

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