Revhendo's - brake line tip = AWESOME

Brakes for your Classic Mopar

  1. zhandfull

    zhandfull Well-Known Member

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    Glad you bumped this one I need to bend some lines myself. Early A though and was thinking about going from the master straight through the inner fender and then down. It's pretty tight with headers on the early A's down by the distribution block in fact I think they have to be relocated anyways. Next year MATS you have a good start. :D
     
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    I have a $5 bet with my friends Daughter that the car will be running by years end. I can't lose a bet to her! :)

    I hope to have the engine/trans mated and installed from the bottom this week. Get front suspension bolted up and the car on the ground rolling.
     
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    You got to be crazy to drill your mounts like that.

    Looking good Rob.
     
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    cosgig MoBro Inc. FABO Gold Member

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    I bow to your awesome craftsmenship, gentlemen!! Outstanding work!!! Geof
     
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    WRB426 Insane 4 Mopars FABO Gold Member

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    Some real nice work!
    I remember my first attempt at 18 to bend lines. After my 3rd trip to the parts store. The older guy told me just to take the whole rack of line and return what I didn't use. What a mess. A pile of new lines and a pile of new kinked and ruined lines. Almost 30 years later I can eyeball and get them pretty close. Can't beat experience.
     
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      bOb shingler Well-Known Member

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      holy cow batman, " holes r us".
       
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      jerry6 Banned

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      Looks great ! Fantastic job , can't wait to see the completed car .
       
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      Very nice work!!! I used the same electrical junction box as you, but I hid mine behind the washer fluid tank.
       
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      ...will be using that method-nice work Rob.
       
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