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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-25-2008 08:12 PM
Originally Posted by 327NUT
Can't tell without looking but can you use a 90 deg. banjo fitting off of it?
That would be your best bet, try
for fittings and pre-assembled hoses

02-25-2008 06:32 PM
Cape Cod Bob u mite be able to swap left for right. bench bleed first.
02-25-2008 03:54 PM
327NUT Can't tell without looking but can you use a 90 deg. banjo fitting off of it?
02-25-2008 01:41 PM
Must II brake lines

I put on some 2" drop spindles and with the granada brakes it looks like the brake hose coming from the caliper is going to hit the stock upper control arm. Does anyone run a 90* fitting on their brake lines or have any other suggestions??

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