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Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by soinclined, Jun 30, 2020.
Thank you for that. Nothing listed for Camaro on their site but, they do say to call for applications not listed. Looks to be high quality stuff, though. Anyway, we're getting ready to move, so I need to wait for the dust to settle with that before attacking the brakes. I'll keep you guys posted.
Yeah, don't rely on their website. You call them and tell them exactly what you want. What ends, what length and even what color...My "go to" for brake lines on my custom DSE/BAER set-up. Seems everyone else just uses generic lengths and even AN connections!! Stick with the inverted flare and Banjo, no breaks in the line.
Got it, thanks.
I'm confused at how there could be a stainless 'hose'. Fittings at each end...ok.
Stainless braid on the outer lining.
AH HA! Thank you.
I bought AC/Delco hoses for my 73 LT through Rock Auto:
The boxes I received say made in USA - who knows where the materials came from but the General approves them!
One thing I love about Rock Auto is they list the OEM numbers; you'd be surprised at how many are still available
Both numbers listed by Rock Auto are still valid through GM - but you can save with Rock Auto and get the same parts
I just installed Inline Tube stainless line set on the '73, Russell Braided stainless front brake lines, and a Superlift 91335 rear brake line, needed longer line to clear the 3" stainless Pypes exhaust, sorry, no photo of the rear line.