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extended brakelines question

are front brakeline fittings on a 01 ranger the same as the ones on a 94 ranger? i might be buying alons custom made DOT cert stainless braded brake lines , and would like to know if they fit my truck.....my front 2 are about ready to burst.
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i don't believe so....might call a dealership to verify..
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i don't believe so....might call a dealership to verify..
x2 im pretty sure they won't fit
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they WILL NOT fit... and there are no after market ones either so you will have to get some custom ones made
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they WILL NOT fit... and there are no after market ones either so you will have to get some custom ones made
i dont know about no aftermarket ones.....

http://www.skyjacker.com/products-se...rtnumber=FBL38

but ok alons wont fit . got it.
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they WILL NOT fit... and there are no after market ones either so you will have to get some custom ones made
there are aftermarket ones for a '97 or older Rangers.....i think you ment for '98+ Rangers....
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RCD has them for the newer rangers!
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there are aftermarket ones for a '97 or older Rangers.....i think you ment for '98+ Rangers....
yeah that what i meant

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RCD has them for the newer rangers!
thats news (good) to me... where can you buy them?
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You can get them from RCD. Not sure how much they cost. Just call them up and tell them you need replacement brakelines for the lift kit you bought.

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driver side: 50-5298-1
passenger side: 50-5298-2
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You can get them from RCD. Not sure how much they cost. Just call them up and tell them you need replacement brakelines for the lift kit you bought.

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driver side: 50-5298-1
passenger side: 50-5298-2

awesome thanks!
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awesome thanks!
I'll have the brakelines justin was going to buy off the truck in a few weeks.
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I'll have the brakelines justin was going to buy off the truck in a few weeks.
hmmm im assume they are extended 3-4 inches over stock since your truck was lifted? how much you want for them?
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hmmm im assume they are extended 3-4 inches over stock since your truck was lifted? how much you want for them?
I dont remember how much I paid for them, but probably around $50+ shipping?
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I dont remember how much I paid for them, but probably around $50+ shipping?
sounds awesome just let me know when you take them off
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