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Chevy C/K Pickup Brakes, Rotors & Pads

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Skyjacker Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines Reviews


Excellent Break Lines

Reviewed By Jim F (Loreauville, LA) Reviewed for a 1983 Chevy C/K Pickup —3/6/2012 6:12 AM

If anyone is looking for Extended Breaks Lines for late model Chevy pickups and Blazers these Skyjackers is a great choice. The kit is equipped with all the needed parts for an easy installation and the appearance is great. With its Stainless Steel construction and Teflon Coated liner over the breaded hose make this line very durable in harsh muddy situations for 4x4 vehicles. I was extremely impressed on the delivery time of this product. This break lines are a great value for anyone looking for extended break lines.

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Russell Brake Lines Reviews


4 inch lifted 4x4

Reviewed By Michael T (Longview, TX) Reviewed for a 1965 Chevy C/K Pickup —11/5/2011 3:50 AM

These Brake Lines were just what I had been looking for and at a better than reasonable price. I especially liked the finish that is over the braided line itself.This will help it stay looking nice longer as this went on my show truck. Longview TX

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SSBC Drum to Disc Brake Conversion Kits Reviews


My truck now STOPS!

Reviewed By William K (Saylorsburg, PA) Reviewed for a 1969 Chevy C/K Pickup —8/17/2010 7:25 AM

Am looking forward to driving my 69 Chevy C10 again, now that I have confidence in its braking ability. Kit arrived as described. Instructions were clear, easy to follow. I did have two issues; (1) mounting of the power brake unit (truck did not have power brakes before conversion), and (2) how to make up hydraulic lines to connect original lines to new location of master cylinder. (1) My original master cylinder push rod mounts to side of brake pedal. New push rod mounts to front of brake pedal using a yoke, which adds to overall length. I put a nut on each stud in firewall, then mounted power brake booster on studs, which let plastic boot at rear of booster meet firewall w/o crushing it; and cut 1/2 inch off pushrod to provide adequate b/pedal freeplay. (I also had to slightly enlarge booster mount bracket holes for clean fit to studs on firewall.) (2) Bought a tubing bender from Harbor Freight (<$9.) and bought some 8" and 12" brake lines w/brass connectors; was able to bend lines and connect from original lines to outlet holes of original distribution block at master cylinder (w/proportioning valve in line per instructions). This truck now STOPS! Night and day difference. Highly recommended conversion.

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