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Reproduction brake lines

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Does anyone know of a source for reproduction brake lines? I want the exact look of the original, but new lines and fittings.

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Mark Bakula wrote:Does anyone know of a source for reproduction brake lines? I want the exact look of the original, but new lines and fittings.

thanks
"exact look"?...nope...but if you want SS in solid black color I'd recommend CoreMoto, no one but you and concours types will know the difference...

if you want original Louis may have new old stock oems, used lines come up on ebay too... don't know why you'd want those when better SS lines are available...
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If you can find the SS lines you assemble yourself, you can slip a length of fuel line over the SS, then finish the ends with some heat shrink.
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https://spieglerusa.com/brakes/brake-li ... -kits.html

They carry all colors, lines and fittings. Do a search here on the forum (brake lines) to identify what degree fittings you need for your model.

I'm not sure you can find NOS lines anymore, maybe a hydraulic hose shop would be up to it but I would think it to be expensive and still wouldn't be OEM.

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