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I need a really long rear brake hose. Part #???

Anyone have a part number for a really long rear brake hose. I need the hose between the frame and the axle. This is for an SOA CJ7.

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Re: I need a really long rear brake hose. Part #?

If you do a search you'll find quite a few numbers, but the one I used is NAPA # 36537, which is 7¼" longer than the stock one and a direct bolt on.
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Re: I need a really long rear brake hose. Part #?

Thanks for the number. I found a bunch of good front hose numbers, but not any rears.

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Re: I need a really long rear brake hose. Part #?

Tom, how about Goodridge R40 brakeline Stainless too..Omix, 4 wd hardware....
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Re: I need a really long rear brake hose. Part #?

I'm using that hose too. Plenty long and I got more length out by mounting my "T" block on the axle with the hose port straight up and bending the hard line and bracket down. I actually have too much, but at least it won't ever get streched.

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