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Old 06-16-2011, 10:51 AM   #1
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Brake Lines

Does anyone know if they make a brake line kit for a 1972 M300 chassis? If so, where can i find it?
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As a general rule you'll end up measuring the lines and getting them from an auto parts store along with any needed fittings,
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As a general rule you'll end up measuring the lines and getting them from an auto parts store along with any needed fittings,
yea, i think this is what ill be doing
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Hey Johnny, Purchase stainless steel lines...do you have a double flaring tool? and a tubing bender? If not remove your old ones and take to someone to have made up....let your fingers do the walking....first
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You really don't want to be trying to double flare stainless steel brake line, what a pita. They are way way hard, and tend to split.
Steel is much easier to work with.

google "right stuff detailing" I think they are in Ohio. No idea if they do motorhome stuff, but I've bought prebent fuel and brakelines for a number of cars from them. It's worth a shot.
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You really don't want to be trying to double flare stainless steel brake line, what a pita. They are way way hard, and tend to split.
Steel is much easier to work with.

google "right stuff detailing" I think they are in Ohio. No idea if they do motorhome stuff, but I've bought prebent fuel and brakelines for a number of cars from them. It's worth a shot.
Hi Jim, My bad.. you single flare stainless and use a collar to keep it from splitting...double flare steel....had it backwards
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