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63 impala front disc brake lines

hello hotrodders,

i am puting discs up front in my impala. i got the master cylinder and prop valve but no lines. the original master cylinder had 1 line, and the line the goes to the rear is on the passenger side of the vehicle, what r my options here ? thanks for any advice...

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Its very simple. The front brake line from the valve down to the frame and out to the disc brakes. The rear line down to the frame and connect to frame with coated clips and self tapping screws to the rear. Just run them neatly and tucked up so that they dont snag anything.If you need I have pics of this from my 63 Imp.
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thanks for your help can i see your pics please?
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You could also buy the lines already bent and for your application.

I got mine a CPP
www.classicperform.com

There are other vendors as well.

This will be one hard line to the left front from the valve
one to the right front from the valve
and one that should connect to your existing line on the passenger side to the rear.

So---instead of only one line running from the block on the left front of the car,
There will be 2 separate lines running from the P-Valve, down across the front crossmember. One for the rear and one for the right front.
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