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Old 01-11-2008, 08:02 PM
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Thru frame brake line bulkhead.

Does any member here no where a man can get short thru frame bulkhead like the ones I've seen that have the eustacion for a cleaner look. I've found plenty of the long types but I was hoping someone made a short one. I'm wanting to set my lines up inside the boxed frame. And...I know....I'm setting myself up for a mess if a line ever gets loose. I was just hoping someone could help.

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http://godmanhiperformance.com/produ...0Fittings.html
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Heres a couple of places that carry them. I'm sure if you do a search you can find more.
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http://www.ssbrakes.com/products/sea...Frame+Fittings
http://www.speedwaymotors.com/p/1980...ame%20fittings
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Old 01-12-2008, 06:39 AM
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Thanks Deuce. Between you and Kim57 I should be able to find what I'm looking for. I saw one shorty like what I was talking about. It was a one piece unit but had the appearance of having a Eustachian.

Do you guys have any parts supplies like the one you just gave me that specialize in custom brackets or 'odd' add-ons like 'hidden dash components'.

I am really hoping to find someone that makes a 'universal' flush mount compartment with a flip up lid for stereos, gauges, or switches. Or should I just make another thread?

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Heres a couple of places that carry them. I'm sure if you do a search you can find more.
Kim
http://www.ssbrakes.com/products/sea...Frame+Fittings
http://www.speedwaymotors.com/p/1980...ame%20fittings
Thanks Kim57. I will check em out!

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Thanks Kim57. I will check em out!

Dave
Wow. Speedway has a lot of stuff. I believe I'll be asking for a catalog. I could spend days going through it.

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The speedway catalog is a must have for anyone with a street rod.
I just saw that Inline Tube has a really short, through-frame fitting for brake lines, I have seen no fitting with an integral escutcheon though.

http://www.inlinetube.com/

Download the catalog, it's on page 2.

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The speedway catalog is a must have for anyone with a street rod.
I just saw that Inline Tube has a really short, through-frame fitting for brake lines, I have seen no fitting with an integral escutcheon though.

http://www.inlinetube.com/

Download the catalog, it's on page 2.

Later, mikey

Thanks Mikey! I pasted that link to my yahoo mail account as well. You should see the pile of vendors I have sent myself for later reference. I'm affraid I'll reach my max allowable space soon. LOL's

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We carry what you need here just visit the site, or if you cant find in pm me.
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