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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by CK5, May 1, 2002.
How long are the longest available stainless steel brake lines? Pro-comp, Skyjacker etc?
I bought my front 26" SS lines from a local speed shop.
Speed shop here goes to 30"
OK, that's cool but I need to know about the commercial stuff like procomp etc..
oh, Can't help ya there...these are too cheap to pass up/forums/images/icons/cool.gif/forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
I think I have seen that superlift sells 10" lines.
How long you looking for.
I hope you mean 10" longer than stock?
i just got some superlifts from tyres international that are 11" over stock...thats the longest superlift sells
Thanks, how long are stock so I can get the total length?
My stockers from fitting to fitting measured ~21". My superlifts ss lines from fitting to fitting were ~33". Now im not a math major but doesnt that mean mine are 12" over stock???
my skyjackers are 8-10" over stock. p#fbl29
AAI Speed will custom make whatrver length you need. I just did 35" for my new springs. Pretty cheap too!
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I need to know about the commercial stuff like procomp etc..
does earls count? sounds like youre doing some sort of write up or comparison. but earls will make em whatever length you want and they're a big name. as big as any
My friend has a set from Earls that are pretty long but, where can I get a hold of "Earls" anyone have a website, or number? Thanks
The ProComp ones I got are made by Earl's!
I plan on selling these myself maybe in the 36" range, how does that sound? Right now I have 32" and under flex they can get snug and that is with maybe 5" suspension lift so if you had 8" lift and/or real flexy front the 36" would be ideal plus you could run them with just a 3" lift if you wanted so you wouldn't have to mess with them if you went taller later on. I don't want to carry 4 different lengths of hoses just one long size.
36 should be fine...my superlifts are with 8" springs and they have plenty of room...though i dont flex mine up that much...
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