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Post Front to back brake lines
So I have been looking for pre-bent brake line from the front to the back of my 99. I have found from 67 clear up to 92 but nothing for 93 and up. I can not see them not making it but who? Or am I left with buying a roll of tubing and making one myself? Any help or direction would be appreciated.

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Sun Sep 29, 2013 7:15 pm
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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
I assume this is for your truck??


http://inlinetube.com/Preformed%20Lines ... 06Main.htm

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Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:00 pm
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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
No sadly this isn't for my truck. My 99 camaro has the lines almost rotted off of it. Gotta love road salt.

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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
Call Jermey Magill @ bloomsburg Chevrolet and tell him I told you to call. He should be able to give you the best price on OEM. It will be cheaper to bent it your self though.

There is a place in Hazelton that sells straight lengths of stainless if your interested in that approach. Really reasonable prices too. That's where I bought all my line for my nitrous system and for my steam ports on the heads.

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Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:11 pm
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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
Same place makes them for F-bodies, I've used them on several cars and their fitment was top notch. Have a set waiting to go on the GTA right now

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Tue Oct 01, 2013 2:06 am
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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
did you look at your parts car


Tue Oct 01, 2013 3:47 am
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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
Batman wrote:
Same place makes them for F-bodies, I've used them on several cars and their fitment was top notch. Have a set waiting to go on the GTA right now


I looked at that page but it only gives me the option to go as new as the third gens. Or am I missing something.....

Kid At Heart wrote:
did you look at your parts car


no I haven't. I plan on it this afternoon after work but not sure if that skid steer smashed them or not when it was loaded.

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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
Kid At Heart wrote:
did you look at your parts car


Well I looked at the lines on my parts car. The lines are in excellent shape right up to the braided line and the bubbled ends that are rusted fast from being out in the elements. :banghead My only option at this point is going to be see how far back the original lines on my car are good. Match it up with the good part and get a splice kit to make it all work.

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Wed Oct 02, 2013 12:21 pm
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Post Re: Front to back brake lines
Try soaking them good in PB blaster for a few days, they normally break loose with minimal work

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