Re: Disc conversion brake line question
Use steel tubing for your hard lines. If you have a decent flaring tool, you can bend and flare your own front brake lines for about $10 total. I just did mine this weekend. The 3/16 steel brake line is very easy to bend by hand - no special tool needed there. If you do your own flares, make sure they are DOUBLE flares. Single flares are a no-no for brake lines. Stainless tubing is a whole 'nuther animal - way more expensive and much more difficult to flare. Granted - it's prettier, but regular steel tubing will probably outlast the car.
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