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Originally Posted by icemann427 View Post
Replace with a SS braided line using the stock end fittings. FYI, replacing all your stock lines with SS braided ones using the metal fittings that came off your stock hoses, will probably be a lot cheaper than buying the stock ones. Good luck and have fun! Geoff
Very pretty car.. It would be easy to fall back in love!

I'm currently replacing a lot of my lines, same process as Iceman has mentioned, braided steel with the factory fitting. In some cases metric fittings and/or adapters are available. There should be a few places near you that can help you with this.. the local speed shop should have the lines and if they're a good quality shop, they will be able to help you with making-up the lines.

Also try: http://www.batinc.net or for adapters http://store.summitracing.com/egnsearch.asp?N=700+115+4294849620

Iceman: Can you post some pics of your lines and your car?

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