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Broke a stainless steel braided line on the front of my rig today. I know the Toyota side is 10mm but not sure about the caliper side. Wagoneer calipers.

Where to get a brake line that has the right fitting on each end??
 

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Call up G and J Aircraft in Ontario, California. They are HEAPS cheaper than FROR and they do excellent work.

How long do you need them to be? I actually have a brand new set from GandJ that's 28" from end to end, is SS braided with a clear nylon wrap, DOT certified. 3/8" janjo on one end, and the Toyota flare on the other. I was going to use them on my Tundra brake swap but was able to reuse my lines. They're just sitting here on my desk unused.

Let me know. I'd like to get rid of both lines for 40 bucks plus shipping.
 

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x2 on Norcals post. thats where i got mine from when i did my swap and the guy that picked up the phone made the lines which i like. I live in MO and they had them to me in 5 days from the day i called. when i do my new axle and 3 link in the rear soon ill be calling them for all new stainless lines.

oh, and they are half the price of the FROR ones :)
 

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Call up G and J Aircraft in Ontario, California. They are HEAPS cheaper than FROR and they do excellent work.

How long do you need them to be? I actually have a brand new set from GandJ that's 28" from end to end, is SS braided with a clear nylon wrap, DOT certified. 3/8" janjo on one end, and the Toyota flare on the other. I was going to use them on my Tundra brake swap but was able to reuse my lines. They're just sitting here on my desk unused.

Let me know. I'd like to get rid of both lines for 40 bucks plus shipping.
This. They can make you anything you want.
 

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I know I am a little late to the discussion, but we decided to go with a make your own approach on our comp buggy this year. bought all the stuff from Summit and were amazed at the ease of installation and everything converted easily to AN fittings which are very robust. Here are some part numbers/websites

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-602003/
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-582403/
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-600103/
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-602003/
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-900065/
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FRA-999303/

Definitely purchase the line spreader. Makes life easy. Tighten everything on a vice and then screw into place. AN to NPT fittings are available as well as many other conversions.

Good luck!

-IMW
 
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