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Brake/ fuel line recommendation

Hi. I'm getting ready to purchase brake and fuel lines for my 69 Judge. Anyone have any recommendations on who's product they prefer?? Thanks
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I purchased brake and fuel lines from Ames Performance for my 68 convertible and they seemed to be a very good replica of the originals. I would use them again if I had the need.

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Ok great. Thanks for your assistance
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Inline Tube & many years ago, Fine Lines. Am very detail oriented & have had no problems with either company's line product, as long as went with prebent regular steel lines. Order stainless lines & one can bet there will be problem seating the fittings, been there, won't install stainless lines on restorations.
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Thank you. I deal with the stainless headache at work. Not doing on the Judge for sure. Mild steel only
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I agree with PH....I went with stainless on my 55 Bel Air and had a heck of a time getting the flares to seat in the fittings. Thought I was going to strip some threads by tightening them down so much. I learned my lesson and will stick to regular steel lines from now on.

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