I have a 76 cj5 with a 258, drums on front and rear. All lines were easy to install, except one, but seem to be of good quality. One of the lines from the master cylinder to the proportioning valve had the wrong size thread end on it. It was somewhat tough to find a shop that could still flare old steel lines like these. Over all good kit for a great price. Roughly $150 cheaper than most sites had it listed.
jeep 1978 cj5 with front disc & power brake. I want to now how many line and to where
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It will come with all the steel lines for the brakes. It will have the lines from the master cylinder to the proportioning valve. Then from the proportioning valve to the right and left side of the front end and the single line going to the rear axle.
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