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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-05-2002, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Spoa pads came today. Help!

I went to Napa to get the extended brake lines 38541, 38688 and they will take a week to get them in. Went to shucks, they only had 1 front. What are these brake lines for? Maybe I can get a crossmatch with a different parts store or something. I also heard you can get the brake lines from a metro. Does this work? Also, what cars can I get lines from in a junk yard? I would love to start this project Saturday if I can get these lines together.

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Re: Spoa pads came today. Help!

ok look for toyotas if you are going to the junk yard get around 85 pickups or just the ones with female/male ends and that will work depending on your year will determine whether or not you need 3 or four if I recall correctly only the fronts work but it is a lot cheaper and will work or go to discount auto parts and get some new ones what ever fits your budget
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Re: Spoa pads came today. Help!

yes the fronts and rears from a geo metro will bolt right up and are about 2x as long as stock
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Re: Spoa pads came today. Help!

The front lines from a Suzuki Swift also work well.
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Re: Spoa pads came today. Help!

Anton, nice to see ya back on the board!
Anyway, the front lines off a Honda Civic will work. The older ones, around 85-86.
They are about 10" longer then stock lines
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Re: Spoa pads came today. Help!

HEY ANTON! nice to see you still come around here! anywho well what would be a longer set up metros or yoters or are they about the same length
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