no such thing anymore. just go to an autoparts store and get some poly-armour lines they are hand bendable and very easy to use.
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i would have never thought they even made brake line cut and bent to fit directly.
i have never looked into that.it's not hard to grab some line,a decent double flaring tool and make your own lines up.the stuff cuts and bends as easy as pie.pretty cheap and available everywhere.
pre-bent brake line made to fit a '93 will fit your '92 of course.if for some odd reason,you find a different connector that doesn't work,you just grab the correct adapter(s.) but i would imagine your going to pay for the convenience and likely still need to tweak lines to fit.
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