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Who makes custom flex brake lines?

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I need a flexible brake line from my master cylinder to the frame T fitting on a 1933 REO. Who makes them?

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Have you tried taking it to your local auto parts store? It might be a standard fitting.

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4 minutes ago, Spinneyhill said:

Have you tried taking it to your local auto parts store? It might be a standard fitting.

Spinnyhill,

 

I have the NAPA brake line catalogue and I can’t find anything that will work. It needs a banjo fitting for a 1/2-20 banjo bolt on one end and a 5/16” female inverted flare on the other. 

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7 hours ago, m-mman said:

https://brakehosesunlimited.biz/ 

 

He readily provided unobtainable hoses for my 1959 Lincoln rear suspension and my 1966 Ford (first year) disc brakes. Friendly and informed

 

That’s what I need. Thanks 

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you might also try your local hydraulic hose supplier. The sort that make up hoses for diggers and excavators and the like.

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