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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Sep 15th, 16, 10:44 AM Thread Starter
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rear disc - which hose hose

12bolt with disc brakes. What brake hose from the hard line on axle to caliper?

I though i read some 90's camaro where a good length?

Anyone know?



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QA1 adjustable shock/new springs/new tubular control arms front and back / tall ball joints



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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Sep 15th, 16, 12:11 PM
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Re: rear disc - which hose hose

A friend of mine put SS braided line on his car. The hard line ran to brackets on his Moser Rear end and then he went to the SS to the caliper.

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Re: rear disc - which hose hose

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A friend of mine put SS braided line on his car. The hard line ran to brackets on his Moser Rear end and then he went to the SS to the caliper. 70CHEVELLE396 is what he goes by on this website.
Ya I could go that route. right now some rubber hoses I can get from Pep Boys or Advanced Auto so I can car on road this weekend.

1969 Chevelle Malibu
73k miles
350/330 crate motor
5 spd - Legend 700
4.11 rear
Holley 4160 600cfm
Original console and bucket car
disc brakes
aluminum rad/elec fans
QA1 adjustable shock/new springs/new tubular control arms front and back / tall ball joints



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Re: rear disc - which hose hose

I believe 14" is the common length flex line. Depends on where your running the hard line to. That's the length they sell you when you buy the rear disc conversion flex hoses.
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Re: rear disc - which hose hose

The rubber ones are cheap, and you can get them fast from summit or jegs.
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