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Old 09-19-2002, 09:32 AM
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I'll stress again, it is really easy to do yourself. You can bend the lines by hand with little or no chance of kinking them. You can get all kinds of fitting adaptors to screw them into what ever end devices they go to. The tubing comes in every size and length you need. If you have heartburn about cutting and reflairing the tubing ends, just get the next longer size and be creative in routing it to absorb the lenght. This will be one of the easier skills you will learn in hot rodding.

Go look (under "Latest Update" link) at this guy's brakeline job on his project frame. Not very scary when you look at it.

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