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WHAT ARE THE LINE MEASUREMENT FOR FRONT AND REAR?
Asked by RODNEY from OMAHA,NE on
Hey Rodney, the front lines would be 20 inches and rear would be 24 inches. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from OMAHA,NE on
Picture shows three hoses. Is the kit all three hoses.
Asked by Jod from Thompson ct on
Hi Jod, This Skyjacker Stainless Steel Brake Line Front kit is a pair of front lines. We offer the rear extended line, here's the link and thanks for your inquiry. http://www.4wd.com/Brakes-Steering/Stainless-Steel-Brake-Line.aspx?t_c=65&t_s=22&t_pt=4159&t_pn=SKYRBL40
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Thompson ct on
hi,i would like to know the actual length of the brake line, and the diameter of the hole for the caliper bolt, I have a 85 cj7 , the axles are not original, I don't know the make or model the they came out of, I believe the came out of a hd pick up 44front, 60rear so there for than calipers are not stock, so im trying to figure out if these lines will work for me, any help will appreciated thanks Robert Hutchinson
Asked by Bob from Monroe , Mi. on
Bob, The Skyjacker Stainless Steel Brake Line Front is 22" long and has an ID of .40". Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from Monroe , Mi. on
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