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I am replacing the rear hard lines in my 94 yj 6cyl. I want to use the tubing that is already fitted with the fittings on the ends. When i went to buy them they need to know the length and wanted me to bring them in to size up(i don't want to take them off until i have new ones to go on). I was hoping someone else had used these and could tell me the proper length tubing to buy. I think 20" and 44" but wanted to make sure.
 

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Sorry, I don't remember any of the lengths. I just wanted to tell you that you might want to check out NiCopp alloy lines. They cost just a little more than standard steel lines but to me they are well worth it. They will never rust and they bend sooo much easier. You dont even need a tubing bender for tight radius bends.
 
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