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extended brake lines

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by blublaz57, Jan 19, 2004.

  1. blublaz57

    blublaz57 1/2 ton status

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    Ok,i know to do a search but just cant find the part #for napa extended brake lines....can anyone help me out ,thanks Don
     
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    I think it was 13380? Anyone else have an idea. It was a hot hot topic here a few months ago!
     
  3. 88Silverado

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    Snip from different post:

    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
     
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    I think those are the napa #'s I'm thinking about. Pure Insanity had a post about Dodge motorhome lines but it never had any results
     
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    thanks 88...I really appreciate it, /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif Don
     
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    Just letting you know, Loppers on Country club seels every thing to make your own, it is a 3 piece design and allows you to carry a sare line and swap on 5 seconds.

    Mine are 39 inches long and cost me 55 bucks to make them both, 13 bucks for the spare line /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    I think I paid $16.50/ea for the fronts and $14 for the rear. Had to "slightly" enlarge the hole in the stock bracket with a rotory file but was an easy install.
    Theres pictures of them on my 88. Click the link below /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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