Okay, finishing my 14bFF disc brake conversion. I am tubing now (the original tube was shot). Some questions... I figured out the fitting I need is 3/8-24 and need 3/16 tube. I need about 38-40" for each side. What is the advantage os SS versus the regular steel? Is it worth the difference? What about the spring covering? What about buying straight tube versus a coil? What is the advantage of the spring covering? Where can I get all this stuff? My local parts stores only seem to have tin-coated steel, no ss. They have the straight lengths with the flares and fittings, but no spring covering. I can get 20' coils of ss from Summit for $25 or so. I can get straight ss hard line from Inline Tube for $18 per 6' length (I would need 2) or $8 per length for regular line. I can get the ss fittings from Inline Tube for $2 a piece. Don't know about the spring over yet. Anyway, the price from Summit is reasonable. The prices from Inline Tube seem a bit high. But, I have done everything right on this axle so far, I don't want to scrimp on the hard line just to get it finished. Anybody have suggestions for other sources or alternatives?