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Old 03-15-2011, 10:03 AM   #1
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I didnt get stainless lines for the front when I put the Bullitt brakes on so Im going to be purchasing those.

Is there a set of stainless lines for the rear? I have the necessary pieces for the Cobra rear brakes so Im going to be doing that in the next month or so. Big job but nothing out of the ordinary.

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http://www.americanmuscle.com/9904-s...ake-lines.html

And these should work considering GT and V6 brakes are the same? besides hydroboost vs vac booster.
http://www.americanmuscle.com/9904-s...ake-lines.html
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Old 03-15-2011, 07:21 PM   #2
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Check with a local brake shop, they will be more than willing to help you make a set and will probably be willing to do it cheaper than you can find online.

Some things like this are cheaper local and its better to keep your money local too.
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Hmmm... now to find a local brake shop.
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Phone Book or Google.
If you cant find a dedicated brake shop in your area you might want to call around a couple regular shops and see who they go to.
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Personally.. I think I would be better ordering from AM. The nearest brake shop would probably be in Saskatoon, which is 2 hrs away.
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weak!

I just drove 3 hours to sell my upper intake!

The polished one from Aprils 97' Cobra.
Got $500 for it and 100% perfect 2004 rear seats.
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Sweet deal. Good thing you added in what kind of upper it was, $500 for a V6 intake would be unheard of.

I talked to my mechanic who's been in the industry since 91, and he didnt know of anyone that would make stainless brake lines.

So I went ahead and ordered those lines and a JLT Ram Air intake for the M112.
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Yeah, there is only a hand full of brake shops here in town.
Its not a very strong business any longer I guess just to sell parts out of a store front without a website and not doing any kind of service either.

Our local shop quoted us at $80 for a pair of custom fronts and if we found it cheaper he would beat it by $10 bux.
I need a set of rears for all of our cars and fronts on both of Aprils cars.
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