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Old 07-09-2006, 01:24 PM
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Looking for Brake Hose for Mustang II front end

Can anyone tell me what brake hose will work for a '35, '36 Ford Pickup with a Mustang II front end with S-10 metric brake calipers. (I tried '79 Camaro and an '85 Buick Riveria but seem to be a couple inches too short.)

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If you can find a parts store that has paper catalogs they might be able to look up the lines you need by length and end fittings.
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Get a dirt track cateloge OR go to your nearest dirt track roundy round parts store, I noticed your in PA dont know which area BUT in the new castle area and many others the dirt track scene is BIG, when I did my bag system in the 49 I had to get much longer lines and also had metric rear calipers on the 98 crown vic rearend, I took all my brake lines down to Browning chassis (my local ma and pa dirt track store) and walked out with all the appropriate AFCO braided SS lines and fittings to make everything work for $85 in cash (no reciept) twas about $50 less than mail order....
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You can get custom brake lines braided or unbraided from Long Acre Racing (longacreracing.com) or Speedway Motors (speedwaymotors.com)

Look in their racing pages. You won't walk away without finding a solution.

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