Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by down4thakrown, Dec 18, 2005.
i heard all tubes and hoses are closed anybody know anyone else who does a good job??
Can you make the "extended" ones work...?! Desert Rat sells those.
not sure, i plan on doin that front spring, rear hanger flip like u would to put 52's up front. and not sure they will be long enough. im goin to try to call some a/c shops to see if they can make some. the ones that the guys at all tubes and hoses made were awesome. they were ss with a rubber outter sleeve so they dont fraid out. and they would make them any length for around 40 a line.i'll post up if i find anything.
I had anplumbing.com make mine, way cheaper than everyone else. I ordered online, the salesguy called, said what are you doing I think I can do it for cheaper.. and did.
go to loppers on country club
they have buildable lines so you will have three piece lines, the nice part about this is that if you tear or kill a line you just thread a new one in, no messing around with wrenches on each side of the frame.
about 50 bucks for eaverything to do both fronts
tephlon coated to..
I've also gone the lopers route (on other peoples trucks). Its quick, its easy, but it costs a little bit more to save a week. I had the time, so I ordered and saved the bucks.
If you're going the lopers way, make sure you know your fitting sizes going in, they might know motors over there, but the new kids know nothing about oddball fittings.
Whatever you do don't buy Superlift extended SS brakelines. I had one blow out on me and left me with no brakes going down the street at 30 mph.
If you are going to go with something that flexes alot like 52's or similar then you might want to go with a center drop brake line so that you will never have to worry about ripping a brake line from to much flex. It protects them better from debris and rocks too.
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