Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Platteville, WI
I think it was my Subaru that had brake lines run inside. I thought it was a pretty interesting idea. The lines inside were in terrific shape compared to everything else.
I've bent up my own lines out of rolls of stainless for other projects. It is kind of tough to work with. Hard to bend. Hard to flare. You need very high quality flaring tools. I was happy with the results, but to do it over again, I'd probably try the nickel copper / nicopp as mentioned by sherlock9C1.
-95 Caprice Wagon, 93K, 2.56 gears, No-Slip Locker, Sonnax Line Pressure Booster, 2nd and 4th super hold servos, MSD Cap/Rotor, Jacobs high voltage coil, Global West front springs (760lb/in) with Koni Special D front shocks.
Impala SS rim refinishing in progress, 1.6 ultra pro mags and Bullet vs2700 springs waiting for install
-2011 Caprice 9C3