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sonocativo

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Braided lines can be sourced cheap too
Not for main lines ( running from distribution to junction block ) Braided lines are good for where you connect to calipers for the flexibility, but running the length of the frame theres chance of losing pressure due to swells.
 

sonocativo

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So solid stainless lines for the lenth of the camper then and braided on the ends?
on front, the rears are solid to the drums since there is no flex like the front that's needed for steering. The braided lines just add protection to wear and tear from flexing and exposed to the elements. Except for a small section from the main line to the junction at the axle.
 

sonocativo

Well-Known Member
Traded in my Rice burner ( 2008 Honda Fit Sport 5 speed manual ) and brought home a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4.35297679_178374629673621_2058132527058518016_n.jpg
 

Evo Dragon

Active Member
It's my 2017 Mazda 6 Sedan during, I moved in Florida for new life. (Goodbye, California and Hello, Florida)

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My plan to mod my car soon like that image. lowering springs, 20-inches rim wheel package and tint windows.
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CountryGirl23

New Member
2012 Ford Escape! I'm hoping to get the body work done on it, lift it, bar lights, ram bars, get rid of chrome on my ride.

I'm seeing alot of Honda owners. I work for the largest Engine plant for Honda in Ohio.
 
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