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I just wire wheeled my front brake lines and they came out terrific!
now, how to keep them looking cool......
Should I paint them silver or leave them as they are?
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You could also clear coat to prevent corosion in opposed to painting them silver.

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That is what I did to my fuel lines. I wire wheeled them then cleared them. They came out looking nice that way. I put new stainless brake lines on because they came with front disc conversion kit and next to the new brake lines the fuel lines look good.
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