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Old 08-18-2010
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Brake lines

Anyone know the measurement on the rubber brake lines for the front end??? I hit my brakes hard the other day and low and behold the rubber seperated from the metal piece... so now i am looking to replace with stainless steel lines but need the length of them....
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Can't get a measuring tape out and look under there??

I used 14inch long lines on my truck....
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I was at work and didn't have my tape with me. I was trying to order them while at work is why I asked...
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