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10-01-2004 04:50 AM
302 Z28 7/16NPT, no kidding, that is huge, suprised me.

Vince
09-30-2004 06:17 PM
5window Thanks to alll. I went to the Fall Carlisle show today(gret,great show if you haven't been) and found out the end fitting the caliper is a 7/16" x 24 NPT. Just in case you need to know.
09-27-2004 10:58 PM
julmer Another excellent source for all brake line components:

http://www.inlinetube.com/streetrodcatalog.pdf

I ordered some lines and fittings on a Monday and they were in my maibox Friday afternoon. (Guess what I was doing that Saturday?)
09-27-2004 09:58 AM
Dave E Shank HEY 5: Another choice for hose www.godmanhiperformance.com
09-24-2004 05:15 AM
5window Thanks. I am not sure what calipers I have, but suspect they are the originals.
09-24-2004 04:56 AM
302 Z28 You did not say what calipers you have, but they probably have 1/8" NPT taps. You use a 1/8" to 3AN fitting to adapt a flexible hose. You can get the hoses from Pure Choice Performance.

http://www.performanceplumbing.com/Pure_Choice.shtml

Vince
09-23-2004 09:44 PM
5window
Mustang II brake lines

I have an original, not newly fabricated, Mustang II front end on my '31 coupe. I need replace the flexible brake lines to each wheel. Can anyone tell me what kind/size fittings are on the ends of these hoses (ie,3-AN etc.)? I'd also appreciate any recommendation on where to get stainleses braided hoses as replacements. Thanks.

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