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Old 11-04-2017, 08:49 PM
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Smile Just throwing this out there

I am looking for the two hard lines that go from the master cyl to the proportioning valve donít know the technical term for these lines canít find them online if anybody knows a part number or where to get these it would be much appreciated ( even used would be ok if in good condition)
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I don't know if anyone sells them you probably have to make your own. https://www.inlinetube.com might have them they used to sell full kits to do your whole jeep they might just sell you the lines you need.

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I just replaced mine. Went to a well know 4 letter auto parts store, that supports race cars, bought the lines and adapters I needed. I bent coils into the lines by wrapping the lines around a paint can and it was a perfect fit. Only a couple of bucks.
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I bought the roll of tubing and made my own as well..I had no choice though because the dual diaphragm boosters master cylinder has different fittings on them from the standard booster. It was super easy and no leaksClick image for larger version

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