Stainless Steel Brake Line Tubing- 20 Feet 3/16 Inch Diameter with 14 SS Fittings

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    Stainless Steel Brake-Line Tubing Kit offers superior corrosion resistance Corrosion-resistant, stainless steel tubing is just like the original found on most cars, so all you need is a tubing bender and flaring tool to create a dependable replacement brake line or a custom one.
    • 20'-long roll; 3/16" O.D.; 0.028"-thick wall
    • 14 fittings for SAE double-flare applications

    About Stainless Steel Brake Line Tubing- 20 Feet 3/16 Inch Diameter with 14 SS Fittings

    Super-durable type-304 stainless steel tubing looks great and, due to its superior corrosion resistance, can last almost forever. Stainless steel tubing requires more force to flare and bend than OEM-style lines, but this annealed-condition tubing can be bent and flared with the appropriate Eastwood tool (see "Accessories" tab).


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    One 20' roll of 3/16"-O.D., 0.028"-wall, stainless steel brake tubing with 14 assorted SAE, double-flare, stainless steel fittings


    Accessories

    49041 Rolling Bender
    49130 Flare Pro 4-in-1 Flaring Swaging Tool
    25304 Pro Brake Tubing Flaring Tool


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    Stainless tubing the way to go (Posted on 7/8/13)
    Review by Arthur
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    This stainless brake line tubing works great for rebuilding lines. I used with flaring tool #25304. The trick is to anneal the tubing first with a hot flame and then make the flare.
    Classic Tubing Stainless Steel Brake Tubing (Posted on 5/5/13)
    Review by Richard
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    I have replaced the factory brake lines on my Chevy 1999 K2500 Pickup Truck Plow Unit with the 302 Stainless Steel tubing Eastwood distributes.
    The 3/16" line is easy to bend and install the 1/4" is a bear. You must have the Eastwood high end bending tools and flairing to work this material it is much harder and more brittle than the OEM mild steel material.
    IT was a (P.I.T.A.) to install but in New England where the mild steel rusts out in a couple of years it is a must. Now Why GM dose not install this stuff as standard original equipment part or option is an interesting question.
    love the look and confidence (Posted on 11/26/12)
    Review by Madmax
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    love having stainless line and fittings were good too. together with eastwoods flaring tool and bending tools, gave a completely professional look!!!
    stainless tubing is great (Posted on 1/25/10)
    Review by nepchar1
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    The stainless steel tubing looks great and is alot easier to work with than i thought and with your #25304 flairing tool every flair was perfect !! this is my second order for this tubing, as I already used up the previous one. Its nice to be able to cut and flair your own tubing without having to continuously run to the auto parts store for various lengths of premade brake lines and trying to make them work.

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