SS brake lines

sonicnezumi
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SS brake lines

Postby sonicnezumi » Wed Jun 03, 2020 12:25 pm

Hi there. i was wondering if anyone has SS brake lines in there red headed corolla that could tell me were they got them. Or if i by the 86 ones if they would work.

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Gripen
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Re: SS brake lines

Postby Gripen » Wed Jun 03, 2020 9:22 pm

For which chassis? You could reach out to Techna Fit for custom lines.
2000 Land Rover Discovery II
1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16
1990 Toyota Corolla GT-S
1989 Toyota Corolla GT-S

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Re: SS brake lines

Postby Rogue-AE95 » Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:45 pm

Techna-Fit does make a set for the AE92 GT-S.

TOY-710SM

The SM is for the smoked color. They also had red and blue, so the letters would be different.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Techna-Fit-Sta ... 4740215748

Looking back through my old emails, about 7 years ago I had gotten mine from Amazon for about $100 shipped. But Amazon doesn't seem to have it anymore.

I've been meaning to get in touch with them to get some custom rear lines made for my wagon, and a custom engine bay clutch soft line to replace the stock one.
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Re: SS brake lines

Postby Nick94tt » Sat Jun 06, 2020 10:11 am

If you have the car apart and the lines off you can take them to a hydraulic shop / auto shop that does custom soft brake lines. They should be able to just copy the lengths and fitting types (the fittings would likely be the only real issue if they're uncommon)

Easy enough to call around locally and ask first as well. I have a friend with a heavily modified 50's GMC truck. All manner of chopping and welding. In the end he ran some string instead of brake lines. Then added a few inches to the string and took the string, calipers, junctions, and master to the hydraulic shop.

Left an hour later with all new lines. Think he was out $150-$200, but this was a while back, and he had thenm do the entire system in stainless braid.

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Re: SS brake lines

Postby Gripen » Wed Aug 19, 2020 1:38 pm

I know that this is a couple of months late, but I ordered a set of lines for my AE92 from Techna-Fit. $115 (plus another $25 for the clutch line). It'll be a while before I install them, but I will say that Techna-Fit was extremely prompt with shipping. Like, two days fast.
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