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Extended brake lines

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by trukman1, Mar 28, 2002.

  1. trukman1

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    Does anyone have part numbers for extra length flex hoses for the Corp-14 bolt rear brake line and also for the Corp-10 bolt front brake lines? Looking to lengthen these lines but not sure which part/ make to ask for at parts store. I am currently running a 4" lift. Thanks in advance for any help. Gary
     
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    i think the 14FF are the same as the 10/12 bolts. they were 3/16. I'll double check when i get home tonight. same for the front. I got the procomp ones, i'll check the part number too.

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    I am a big fan of ProComp stainless brake lines. I *think* the ProComp model number on mine (compat with the front 10-bolt + 4-6" of lift) is: 7220. Not 100% sure on that... but 4wpw sells them, and they'd know for sure...

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    Thanks Guys! Having this kind of information to go on sure makes it a lot easier to make changes...especially IMPORTANT things like brakes. Your input is appreciated. Gary
     
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    Hey before you run out and buy the 4-6 brake lines. You might think about how you wheel and might consider a longer set in the front. For example I have a 4" lift and I'm running 12" Superlift extended brake lines in the front. Just a thought you might toss around.
     

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