Extended Brake Line Part #'s for SOA?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by sdgraber, Sep 22, 2003.

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    Anyone got a part # for extended brake lines for the front of a 78 fj-40 that is going to be SOA with stock springs flipped for extended wheelbase?
     
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    I think a toyota P/u front brake line will work at 18 inches. I don't have a part number though. I had mine made, my front axle is a 77 and my FJ is a 70, so the brake ends are different sizes. The company that built them for me took the ends off the lines that I had and recrimped them on DMV lines. Spendy but the only way I could do it.
     
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    Thanks Guys,

    The tech page is a big help, but my local NAPA doesn't always show the same part I'm hoping for when I give them a reference of the tech page...maybe that's cause I'm down in the boonies of southern Colorado :p I found the reciept for the rear lines I used when SOA ing it, and will probably just order the same stuff for the front. Appreciate the help

    Scott
    78 FJ-40, "Rudy"
     
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    bought mine from man-a-freeking-expensive....
    and they are very sexy (and very functional etc etc)
     
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    Bought mine from local 4wheelparts, skyjacker DOT SS line. Not too expensive, not Napa cheap either.
     
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