Why is In Line Tube bad? (I've had good experiences with Right Stuff).I would recommend either The Right Stuff, Classic Lines or Lines to Go. I would avoid at all costs In Line Tube because they are liars and thieves. Worst vendor in the industry IMO.
:-( I hope I have a better experience ... I ordered a complete stainless set from Inline for my dad's truck. Going stainless because all the brakes parts are getting replaced and I'm a glutton for punishment.I had an absolute horrible experience with the above.
They are the only business of any kind I have ever turned into the Better Business Bureau. I am not exaggerating with the claim of worst vendor in the industry.
Are you saying that the nickel/copper turns green like pure copper does? I've never heard that before.I;m with Rick and Rick. SS is really hard to seat. Use regular steel and give it a matte clear coat. I use Classic Tube as they are local to me. Excellent folks.
IF you don't mind the green look, the nicops mentioned by Jeff DOES NOT require a bender. I still use a wire wrap for big bends but super easy to form. Also easy to cut double fares into. Again, SS lines are really hard to flare with the cheap flaring kit I have.
Same here? I literally drove my car through hurricane michael, floorboards were filling with water, been through the mountains of Georgia unfortunately with salt still on the road, mine still looks great..I've been caught in the rain a few times and not a spec of green on mine.