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Old 10-27-2005, 11:20 PM
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Stainless Steel Brake Lines

I am going to be putting some stainless steel brake lines on my 78 Malibu to replace the factory rubber pieces. I didnt find any pre-made lines that specifically fit the car but I did find a some that are listed for a 79 and later Monte Carlo. I know both of these cars are based on the metric chassis. I also know that they made slight changes to various front end components for the 79 Malibu like different spindles and bigger bearings but I dont know if they changed the brakes at all. Does anybody have any idea whether or not the ones listed for the Monte Carlo would work?

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Most G bodies are all the same. I believe that the changes made to the Malibu were to the wagon only. They never made Lemans, Monte Carlo, or Regal wagons.
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Thats what I figured. It just struck me as odd that they would list them for the other cars but not the Malibu.
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