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    Building a brake line bending fixture.

    I am finally back working on my Astro van project, getting some of the brake plumbing done. I swapped out the stock prop valve for a Wilwood piece and had to reconnect the master to the valve.

    This was a bit of an adventure getting the tight bends that were needed to run the lines.
    I ended up making a little bending fixture to get it done. This will be pretty handy for doing the rest of the van.


    I made the clamp block on the mill. Both ends have their uses and I used both getting the bends into the lines.


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    The line for the rear brakes is in.

    And here is the line for the front brakes.

    This is one of the double flares I do with my CPP Flaring tool.

    Thanks for looking.
    Mark

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    Thanks astroracer! We've added your Brake Line Bending Fixture to our Brake category,
    as well as to your builder page: astroracer's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    works great used it to reline my forty nine dodge


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