Now to get those new disc brakes hooked up. With the axle back out and perches and tabs welded up, it's ready for brake line install.
The Exploder Master Cylinder feeds the passenger rear brake area, then branches over to the driver side. I want to go simple and more direct.
Take the OEM spec hose for the Passenger side and attach it to the Awesome and Conveniently located Old/New Brakeline Driver side bracket. This is the "T" Hose.
Copper washers (supplied with calipers) go under Banjo Bolt head and on bolt end.
Torque the Banjo Bolts to 23ft
The upper "T" hose goes to Jeep supply line coming down the Driver Frame Rail.
Passenger side uses the Single hose spec'd for driverside.
After the hoses are installed and bolted to your new axle brackets you can use your newfound brake flaring skills to run a hard line from one caliper, up and over the Diff to the other caliper. These pics show the new line ends attached.
I ran the line through existing tabs on the axle and top of Diff. Wrapped em in some rubber hose to prevent that chafing thing and tapped the tabs down snug.
Everything checked out? Hey, there's a good spot for this thing....
Driveway angle makes the springs look all wonky, trust me, they are okay...