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Crown Performance makes some awesome brake lines, BUT when I tried to run them on my truck, they weren't really even close to fitting at the calipers. The bend in the steel portion of the line was wrong and it hit the calipers and b/c of the way the caliper is cut, the block on the line wouldn't sit flat on the caliper. From what I can tell, all of our calipers are shaped/designed the same, so I'd beware of those lines on our trucks. They have a reputation for not fitting at all on the Broncos, F-150's, and F-250's.
I put those on the shelf and bought some Russel SS lines and they fit A LOT better. They are a little shorter than the Crown lines were, but they will actually bolt up.
Travis- Death Row Diesel Inmate #7
1995 F-250 RC PSD- because race truck
2000 F-250 SC LB 4x4 ZF6- 4" TB, 6637, TW and Gearhead tunes, 160/100s, Driven Diesel full fuel system, S365..
1994 F-150 4x4
That's good to hear. They make awesome lines, I've just never gotten a set that fit on my truck.
My truck is a 97, but my D60 is a 94. I originally had purchased Sky Jacker
extended brake lines but didn't like the way they tied into the junction box so I returned them & bought the set from Cary. Guess I got lucky!
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