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Old 11-25-2001, 07:04 PM
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Red face brakes lines om a rod

I have corvertt rearend in a 1928 ford.
what i would like to know can run a flex brake line from the capler to the frame and go throught the frame and hook to the hard line.will this do any harm?

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You can, but make sure that it is mounted far enough so as not to rub on the frame. I have seen this done in the past with good results. Just try to keep the amount of hose as short as possible and make sure that it does not rub especially with rearend travel/body roll

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they make stainless steel braided hoses for corvettes try Vette Brakes or Ecklers they should have them .very durable
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I would steer clear of the vette parts pedlers, they are usually very pricey. I ran all the brake lines on my '31 Model A and used stainless hard lines with stainless braided hose at all four corners. Call Godman Hi-Performance at 1-800-456-2369. They really know their stuff and are very helpfull. Godman also has thru-the-frame fittings and all the other pieces parts you will need to do a 1st class job.
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