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Old 12-02-2018, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default Anyone recommend brake line guy in Sydney

Looking for a good brake line guy in Sydney mobile ideally to do hard lines on my xw project in Sydney ideally mobile and can come to me and work on car should be simple as have a hoist. Looking for someone who does clean work nice fittings and bends. Like what Simon has in his f truck but we donít know who did them as was done at oc and well that is not a. option now sorry to say




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Old 13-02-2018, 03:15 AM   #2
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Default Re: Anyone recommend brake line guy in Sydney

You'd be surprised how easy they are to do mate. Go get yourself the correct nuts that you might need from somewhere like Burt Bros, workout were you want some unions to join line to line and either a pipe bender or even easier a vice and a nice piece of pipe to bend around. Grab some chassis clamps while your at it to mount them up. The stainless is very hard to bend but the normal mild steel lines you can bend by hand easily enough and still do it very neatly. Bend all your lines up and if you like, bring all the lines over and I'll flare the lot for you. I'm in Sydney too.
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Old 13-02-2018, 03:22 AM   #3
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Default Re: Anyone recommend brake line guy in Sydney

Please don’t start individual threads in the projects section for every question you have. Either ask in the appropriate tech section or in you own thread otherwise we end up with countless threads and clutter. Oscar is right...they are dead easy to do. Your fab guy should have a double flare tool and do them with his eyes closed.Cheers
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Old 30-03-2018, 12:17 AM   #4
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Please donít start individual threads in the projects section for every question you have. Either ask in the appropriate tech section or in you own thread otherwise we end up with countless threads and clutter. Oscar is right...they are dead easy to do. Your fab guy should have a double flare tool and do them with his eyes closed.Cheers
Sorry about that my mistake will make sure l do that in future
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