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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-03-2018, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
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extended brake lines

I just got my new front brakes:
8" longer than OEM.
Steel braid for trail protection
clear blue vinyl coating for color

I paid $127 from Moreland Hose and belt in Hempstead NY
I gave him a set of brand new OEM lines to scavenge the mounts
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'06 Hemi Limited 4X4, 6(ish)" lift, 35" General Red Letter, 2" spacers, Mopar CAI, RER and mygig lockpick, blue Interior LEDs, stub antenna 3", Callahan Red Brake set, 6.1L SRT8 exaust headers, full custom 3" exhaust from headers back, Fastman 847 ported TB, BBK Fuel Rails, 6.1L injectors, JBA UCAs, Nitro gear 4:10, SA hidden front winch mount.
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those look real good. 127 is very reasonable for custom work. Im surprised that there are not easy to find aftermarket extended lines for these vehicles.
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I just got my new front brakes:
8" longer than OEM.
Steel braid for trail protection
clear blue vinyl coating for color

I paid $127 from Moreland Hose and belt in Hempstead NY
I gave him a set of brand new OEM lines to scavenge the mounts
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I just got my new front brakes:
8" longer than OEM.
Steel braid for trail protection
clear blue vinyl coating for color

I paid $127 from Moreland Hose and belt in Hempstead NY
I gave him a set of brand new OEM lines to scavenge the mounts
I'm looking at your sig..... did the 6.1 headers bolt right up to stock? Also what size did you go with on the fastman throttle body and how big of difference did it make?

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