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Beag's 67 Chevelle. Autocross cone crusher.

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Brian don’t get all upset!

We all are friends trying to have a good time with all this shit going on. Lull in your build is totally understandable with all you got happening.

I get it. I got no builds going that are cool. Just mantianing the crap me and the kids have. My 77 has been the same for years. No time no extra cash... All good!

I just want to see happy shit.... Like focken near anything cool!?
. Like what Brian’s got going on with his 67 Chevelle? Even if it’s not “Holly Shit Wow!”
 

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It sucks that the driving reason for you to have this done was canceled but you got a lot done already, enjoy the new kiddo and taking care of the family the cars will still be waiting in the garage.
 

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Slap it back together for now so it'll move, and enjoy it the rest of this year. Start finishing it up over the winter.

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Super frustrated. Bled the brakes for a 3rd time today.
Every time I do it, it pops a leak on the backside of the inverted flare. In a different place.
The "kit" I bought was from. The right stuff detailing.
Haven't had a problem with my -3 an hardline stuff. By the time I'm done it looks like I will have converted all the fittings.

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I saw a lot of mixed reviews for the right stuff stuff.
I bought them through Matt's classic bowties.
They treated me good and always have good prices. On that, I just ordered and only seen where it came from when it showed up.
It was a fair bit cheaper then inline tube. Although it is lesson learned now anyway.
 

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It was a fair bit cheaper then inline tube. Although it is lesson learned now anyway.

I have a complete kit from inline for my car. Complete shit!
There's several spots where it looks like the tube slipped in the mandrel.
It kind of fits the car, kinda.
The break lines are better than their fuel lines though.
 

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I have a complete kit from inline for my car. Complete shit!
There's several spots where it looks like the tube slipped in the mandrel.
It kind of fits the car, kinda.
The break lines are better than their fuel lines though.
I have a stainless set on inline tube brake lines of my stepside and have no complaints :dunno:
 
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I have a stainless set of inline tube brake lines of my stepside and have no complaints :dunno:

Sounds like you just got lucky, or me unlucky... mine have lots of extra "features"
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Also have an f body kit that is MEH. All SS.
 

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I did the Inline Tube full SS kit on my 90 Blazer. Aside from having to be careful straightening the longer lines, it was mint. I will likely use them again for the brake lines on the Fury. Fuel lines will be non stock, maybe all AN...not sure yet.
 
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