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Old 04-06-2019, 09:52 PM
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Custom Brake Lines

Whatís everyone doing for custom brake lines?
Iím thinking to install braided stainless steel lines bit my brakes and clutch...
Question is:
Buy custom or DIY my own lines..
-so, where do I get braided hoses and fittings etc ?
-If ordering them custom made any recommendations?
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Old 04-06-2019, 11:27 PM
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Im going to chase up some black Goodridge or Russel 10mm or 12mm banjo fittings for each brake or master cylinder as required (then add matching black braided hose)

Can typically get them in 180 90 60 45 etc bends so you can route the hose in the right direction from the banjo bolt wherever you need
Then its just a matter of measuring the distance from each banjo bolt threaded end using a piece of string then buy the correct length hose you need to suit

Much easier & a more accurate way rather than trying to find the correct hoses with the bends etc you need

Much easier & cheaper to just change the length of the hose if you dont get it right rather than changing a complete assembled hose setup

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