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napa brakeline part numbers

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by EODBRIAN, Jun 15, 2000.

  1. EODBRIAN

    EODBRIAN Registered Member

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    someone posted it a while back. went back and searched but couldn't find it. what are the part numbers for extended lines for front brakes from napa?? thanx.

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    Grim-Reaper 3/4 ton status Author

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    The part number changes about every 24-36 months. Take a old line to NAPA and they have a big book with pictures and specs and they can figure it out. Unless your truck is the same year as the one they listed the PT# for there is no garantee it will be the correct one. It seems that the big pt# that gets passed around is 82-85. I can tell you this doesn't resemble the one on a 79 and a 75 and the 75 is different than the 79.

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  3. 6.2Blazer

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    I used Napa P/N 38872 on my '90, but as Grim mentioned, there are several different styles used over the years.
     
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    I tried the 38872, but the hole for the banjo bolt at the caliper was too small. I'm running a Dana 44, 8-lug front end, so perhaps they used a different size on these.

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  5. Executioner

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    Someone was saying Napa is Dana, they don't change there part # that offten do they.
    Is your Napa carrying oil seals manufactured by Victor ?
    Is your Napa carrying u-joints that are manufactured by Spicer ?
    Thanks alot
     
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    Before you buy the NAPA lines, make your numbers. I think you can get the Explorer Pro Comp stainless steel lines for about the same money.

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    Well I don't know about them "being Dana" but they do sell Dana Spicer seals and parts. Thats the only place I will buy axle and case seals because they still have the good USA made seals. They to are getting cheap and even some of the stuff packaged in Dana packing is the cheap China / Japan junk. Try to avoid those when buying seals. Be sure to check the parts for the USA label.

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