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Old 09-25-2014
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Stainless Steel lines for Cobra Brake conversion, coil spring suspension.

As the title states, I am looking for a set of stainless steel brake lines that will fit onto a 2001 Ford Ranger. I have the hubs, bearings, rotors, calipers and all, and I figure might as well make the jump to stainless steel lines at the same time.

I recall seeing in a thread somewhere about someone having found a set that would work with the cobra calipers (a regular banjo style fitting) and the ranger hardline from the ABS unit. Just trying to find that post or link (not sure if it was on this website or another one).

As stated, I have a 2001 Ford Ranger EDGE (torsion bar), but I have the spindles and upper DJM control arms for a coil spring ranger, so a hunt for coil spring brake lines SHOULD work.

Thanks for any help.
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