Just curious as to what some of you have used to replace the rear rubber brake hose that attaches the brake linea long the frame to the T-fitting on the rear axle after you've lifted your vehicle? The rear of my Jeep recently went through a SOA, and the rubber hose is nowhere near long enough to attach back on the axle tube. Is there another vehicle that has the same fittings, but longer hose that I can look for? Any info is appreciated to get a lengthened hose that will work.
Just find out the size of the fittings....i think 3/16...and the length you need and theyll send you one pronto....call a brake place...theyll know what size..about 10 bucks..... - a few....
Hardest part is bleeding the whole thing...
Up here in Maine they will not make brake hoses at a hydraulic shop, too many liabilities. We tried at several places and all laughed us out. If you take the fitting sizes to a decent parts store, they can look up the length for you and order one larger than stock. It's how I got my OEM (off what I have no idea) 36" long front brake lines. The rear should be just as easy.
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