I have 1979 CJ7 Automatic Quadratrac I6 engine. What size of hard brake line do I use?
Hot Rod from Boerne Texas on
Hi Hot Rod
The size line required depends on how you are routing the lines on the rear breaks from the master to the rear brake flex hose to the axle the 3/1/16 will work fine on the front if you are running a single line to the axle and teeing from there the 3/16 is fine if you are running individual lines to each wheel the or from the tee's 1/16 is preferred. Thank You
Stevie from Boerne Texas on
i have a 97 jeep wrangler sport with the 4.0 i was told by rough country that because i have their n 2.0 4" lift that if i wanted to run front sway bar disconnects that i needed to get longer brake lines will this serve the purpose and how much longer do i need them?
the cole from tucson az on
They were referring to the brake hoses not the hard lines. You will need Rubicon Express part number R/ERE15531 20 inch extended stainless steel brake hoses for your 97 Jeep Wrangler.
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