Fitting techna-fit stainless steel lines on NC

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Fitting techna-fit stainless steel lines on NC

Postby Vagelis » Wed May 11, 2011 9:20 am

Today i tried to fit my recently purchased stainless steel brake lines on my '06 NC.
As i put the right front end first, i noticed that the new brake lines are much longer than the OEM ones.It seems like on hard cornering they might come in contact with the wheel.There is a mount wich bolts onto the upper A-arm (as the oem do) with a nut but the tube is moving freely through it leaving lots of it(the tube) on the loose.
What should i do?
I am very concerned because on the event of a contact with the spinning wheel i might end up with no brakes! :shock:
I didn't took pictures because i was covered in brake fluid but i'm sure you understand the situation i'm describing above.
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Re: Fitting techna-fit stainless steel lines on NC

Postby Brian » Wed May 11, 2011 10:14 am

Normal that the aftermarket lines are a little longer than stock lines, same with every brand of line we sell....and it has never been a problem.
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