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Old 05-14-2011, 10:08 PM   #1
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preformed brake lines

where can i find preformed brake lines for my 98 jeep tj?
looked everywhere and all they have is kits for the complete system

i only need two lines.

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Quadratech, google search.

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Old 05-15-2011, 09:56 AM   #3
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i only see full kits like that, only need two lines
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Check every s rap yard in your area....
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Buy some of the newer straight lines and bend them yourself, the new brake line stuff you dont need a bender for and can bend almost 180 degrees without it cracking or collapsing.

I got the stuff I used at Napa for a friends truck
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Old 05-15-2011, 07:59 PM   #6
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Yeah im gonna do that and get napa to cut it at the right size and just bend it myself.

Napa was closed today so i went to autozone and get this
they one sell lines at 3ft, 5ft, or 25ft.
they dont bend or cut them for you.
but you can rent tools from them to do it yourself for around 60 dollars haha
i just walked right out.
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Yeah im gonna do that and get napa to cut it at the right size and just bend it myself.

Napa was closed today so i went to autozone and get this
they one sell lines at 3ft, 5ft, or 25ft.
they dont bend or cut them for you.
but you can rent tools from them to do it yourself for around 60 dollars haha
i just walked right out
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Whats wrong with that, they loan you tools you dont have for 60.00 that you get back when you return them....sounds like a good deal to me.
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Old 05-15-2011, 08:39 PM   #8
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They didnt say i get the money back. the lady told me "Just renting the tools will cost $58"
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They didnt say i get the money back. the lady told me "Just renting the tools will cost $58"
auto zone has you put a deposit on it and returns it to you . don't chop the lines up bend them and attach them thats the right way
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They didnt say i get the money back. the lady told me "Just renting the tools will cost $58"
the tool cost 14 bucks

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