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Unread 07-14-2013, 03:26 PM   #1
LGTWhisky
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aproximate front hard brake line Length cj7

Hi fellow jeepers i have a quick question about the length of hard brake line i will need for the passenger and driver side lines on a 1984 CJ7, i know i could buy a roll of tubing and go from there but i could not pass up how cheap i can get poly armor brake lines pre-flared with fittings it saves me $$$ buying the double flaring tool kit, bender, etc etc (i will get that stuff when im ready for a real frame off resto). The lines are from 5',4.5',4' and so on, so my question is from some of your guys experience with making your own brake lines how much tube did you need to make the passenger and driver side lines.

Any info greatly apreciated

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Unread 07-14-2013, 03:32 PM   #2
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Not Sure of the size but do know Its a real pain to run in a single piece to the passenger side.
A coupler under the grill somewhere will make it a much easier job.
I love the polyarmor, Its all i ever use for all my steel lines.

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