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Help? Front Brake Hoses

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by GEORGIA GABE, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. GEORGIA GABE

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    Could Someone Point Me Towards Some Extended Brake Hoses. A Napa Part # Would Be Great Or Really Any Part #. Thanks
    Gabe
     
  2. 78 k5

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    I got some superlifts(4in) for around $60, not stainless, but they do the job
    I'll post a link
     
  3. GEORGIA GABE

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    ouch, I own a shop and still havent gotten used to paying retail for things. the cheapest I have seen is about 80 bucks. please post a link.
    thanks gabe
     
  4. cbbr

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    I don't have the part # (lost it) but I got extensions at NAPA for about $25. They extended my stock hoses, as opposed to replacing them. They are about 12" long, so I used very small zip ties to hold up the unneeded hose.
     
  5. jekbrown

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    if you're gonna pay that kind of $ for lines, drop keithflux over on pirate a private message. He sells super bling bling kevlar/stainless lines up to 38" long for $85 a pair. You can get them in various colors, they come with 1-piece ends and abrasion guards too. Pretty much the best line you can buy and the price really isn't that bad when you consider that run of the mill plain-jane ProComps are $65...

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