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Stainless Steel Brake Lines

I'm getting ready to process an order for my brake lines and wanted to make sure I had everything I needed. I am also doing a Mustang Disc swap before these lines go on. I'm also just going to put longer lines on the truck rather than bend hard lines since the longer brake lines are the same price. (I'm double lifting) I have saved in my cart:

4-Banjo #3 Fittings for 10mm and 3/8
2-Banjo bolts 10mm (Mustang Discs)
2-Banjo bolts 3/8 (Front Ranger Discs)
1- Male #3 T fitting (Back Axle)
1-21" #3 Female to Female (Passenger Side)
1-24" #3 Female to Female (Driver Side)
1-30" #3 Female to Female (Rear Soft Line)
2-36" #3 Female to Female (Run on the axle housing from T to Banjo fitting)
3-3/16" inverted flare female to #3Male hose adapter (to adapt to stock hard lines)
4- Copper Crush Washers for banjo fittings

Anybody who's messed with these before please let me know if this is all I'm going to need.

I already have an idea on brackets to mount the soft line to the rear housing so that is taken care of. Also if there are any other ideas for the SS lines inn the rear, let me know.
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What are you doing to the front? Just extending using SS braided lines?
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What are you doing to the front? Just extending using SS braided lines?
Yeah, I wanted SS lines anyways and since the extended ones are the same price as the stock length, I may as well extend them and not mess with the hard lines
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I'm pretty sure I did 2 crush washers per wheel. one between each side of the banjo fitting.. so 8 in total.
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I'm pretty sure I did 2 crush washers per wheel. one between each side of the banjo fitting.. so 8 in total.
Good to know. I'll add another 4 to the cart
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