Posted 2020-04-24 7:07 PM (#597304 - in reply to #596989) Subject: Re: Replacement Stainless Brake Lines: 56 FireFlite 2 dr
Just make your own. Its simple (well for me at least I have all the tools to do it). If you are up to the task you will need a flare tool (ridgid makes the best one from my experience about $120 to $150 shipped https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002DOU06/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_ti... ), brake line (get it at summit and fittings kit order like 50 feet), pipe cutter, and the fittings. Initial investment is likely a bit higher than pre made lines but from that point forward the only thing you need is more line which is cheap and more fittings which are cheap. The flex lines for the axle and front brakes are readily available at pretty much any auto parts store and many makes and models can swap over. Longer is ok if secured properly, shorter is generally not ok unless you run the hard line closer.