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I purchased a STRANGE: B-3359 MASTER CYL. for my foxbody.

Does anyone have a diagram/ parts breakdown of how to install the brake lines on a back half car?
Hurst Line lock, Willwoods up front 4 calipers at rear.
Is teflon OK to use ? or should I keep as much steel line as possible?

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I don't have a Foxbody, but on my Camaro, I used 3/16" steel line.
Going to the front calipers, I ran #3 braided steel lines and at the rear, I ran a #3 line to a tee on the rear and then #3 braided steel lines to each brake cyclinder (I'm using drum brakes at the rear).

At the master cylinder, I came off of the front port, with 3/16" line into an adjustable proportioning valve and then into my line lock.

If you go to S&W Racecars website, and look for brakes systems, they have a nice diagram with all the components.
 

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We can help you lay out your entire system if you need help. We also build the -3 hoses in house so you can order whatever you need. Stick with as much hardline as possible!!!!
 

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I like to use 2 braided lines in the rear from the calipers to the rear chassis of frame rails the steel line to connect the two together it is alot easier if you need to pull of you calipers this way
 
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