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Steel Braided Brake Lines

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by gassman, Apr 5, 2001.

  1. gassman

    gassman 1/2 ton status

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    Does anyone know the part number or company that has these brake lines for a dana 60. Trying to put a dana 60 under the front of my blazer. Talk to the guy at 4Wheel Parts Wholesalers today and he can't find a part number for the steel braided lines that go from a dana60 to the stock lines on my blazer. Pro Comp was the brand that I was looking into. Any help there would be great. Thanks
     
  2. Boss

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    Do you mean Stainless Steel Brake hoses??
    If so, you can get extended ones from either SkyJacker (max is 26") or SuperLift (max is 31") ...that's the longest hoses they make. Or you can get them shorter than that. I forgot the part # for superlift, but it will be the same for 80' to 87' 1/2 tons. 10bolt calipers uses same banjo bolt size as D60s.
    I had mine custom made from AAI, like Steve and Shawn (34" long) but I had to send my old hose so the guy (Keith) could make em for me. much cheaper that way. Cost me like $67 for the pair. Anyhow, if you want the Superlift 31" long one, tell em, its for a 12" lift 1/2 ton Chevy, years 85' or something like that. They're like $90 for the pair from National.
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    Thanks Boss, I meant Stainless. What does the banjo bolt end look like. Never heard of that term.
     
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    No problem.
    The banjo bolt is what bolts to the caliper. the "banjo" is the circle end part of the brake hose that the bolt bolt downs.

    Here are two pics:
    the banjo is at the bottom end of this pic. The banjo bolts are inside the fitting,but it was just shipped that way,so I won't lose em.
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    Here is how it bolts on.
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    Boss

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