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Give me some ideas for brake line routing. Front line for cars with a cut out crossmember and rear end housing routing.
 

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My cross member is removable so I had to do the same, but mine has tube from the A Arm mounts going in a 'U' across. Mounts the clip with some stand offs. The lines go on the inside part of the U going around. Used some Speedway Kevlar lines to connect, all -3 stuff. The rear uses the stock location line, same lines, connected to the backbrace. NHRA allows small holes in the chassis for attachment. Riviets, I used structural Cherry MAX's.


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I was wondering if anyone put it on the firewall like some of the mopar stuff I've seen. Im not sure in the rear yet since it's all round tube.
 

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with mine i ran the line across a tube up front that the rack mounted too, since my crossmember is cut out. just ran them about 2ft farther forward then stock. the rear i have a moser fab style rear, and just bent them around the shape and out to dual rear calipers.
 

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What are you using to attach the hard line to the housing?
i just used large hose clamps, its not pretty but it works.
 

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Lowes or Home Depot has cusion clamps in the hardware section. They will hold the line tight and look good to boot. Or if you work on airplanes......
 

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