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Author Topic:   Braided brake lines
Hutch5375
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posted March 24, 2003 07:08 PM
My track is making us use braided brake lines in our hobby stocks now and I was wondering if anyone knows what all I'll need from Speedway or something? I have an 82 Monte with stock calipers. We also have to have Aeroquip FC300 spec fuel lines and connections, anyone know what this means?


neil rucker
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posted March 24, 2003 08:19 PM
if you havent plumbed the brakes yet, consider the kit that LONGACRE has. the only thing left to buy is caliper fittings. it is about 80 or 90 bucks. add up all the pieces individualy, and you cant buy em any cheaper.


Hutch5375
Member
posted March 24, 2003 09:42 PM
You don't happen to know what caliper fittings I would need do you? Or is that calle dout when I may order the kit?


neil rucker
Member
posted March 25, 2003 08:58 PM
get the ones that fit the "metric" calipers. i believe you can get em in straight or 90 degree, it just depends on what you need to route the hoses so they clear everything ok. 'SPEEDWAY MOTORS" has a 90 degree fitting that will swivel and has a sealing ring. (neat piece) also, you can get a fitting that is a "BANJO"type fitting with -4 or -3 end on it for your braided line. you can buy the BK lines in either size. i use the -4 lines. neil


neil rucker
Member
posted March 25, 2003 09:01 PM
the "BANJO" fittings use the stock bolt and two copper sealing washers. neil


neil rucker
Member
posted March 25, 2003 09:02 PM
the "BANJO" fittings use the stock bolt and two copper sealing washers. neil


c21
Member
posted March 26, 2003 12:53 PM
does the kit come with lines from the master cylinder to the wheels?


c21
Member
posted March 26, 2003 04:41 PM
Do all of the fittings match up with the ones on the master cylinder and the prop. valve? And includes EVERYTHING?? sweet!!


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