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Trade for stock brake lines

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by Crusher, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. Crusher

    Crusher [OP] How deep do you think that is?

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    Debadged, Blacked out grille emblem, Alum headache rack & bed rails, OME 886 springs, OME Nitro's all around, Dakars, ARB Deluxe bull bar with Warn VR8000, leather front seats
    I have a complete stock front bumper with fogs and aluminum bumper, stock TRD (bilstein)shocks front and rear, stock front coils.
    All have about 65,000 miles on them, mostly highway some wheeling.

    Looking to lose all this and gain stock rear brake lines so I can take them in to be extended.
    I also need a stock front skid plate, non TRD.

    Located in Victoria BC, not really interested in shipping, so hoping for a local deal.

    I need to extend my brake lines before I can test out my new Dakars, please someone help me.
     
  2. anthony250f

    anthony250f Well-Known Member

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    extending stock brake lines...? wtf....buy ss extended ones...
     
  3. Crusher

    Crusher [OP] How deep do you think that is?

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    Debadged, Blacked out grille emblem, Alum headache rack & bed rails, OME 886 springs, OME Nitro's all around, Dakars, ARB Deluxe bull bar with Warn VR8000, leather front seats
    I have heard of peeps having trouble with aftermarket lines, plus they cost $$...
    I have done the stock line extension tons of times on previous rigs, '83 shortbox, 84 runner, FJ40, BJ60 etc.
    Biggest advantage is not having to do any mods to mounting hardware or do any kind of Mickey Mouse bullshit to install them.
    Plus it's my opinion that the multi layered design of stock lines is more durable than braided lines.
    I may be out to lunch but I'm old and set in my ways.
    Plus I thought this might be an easy deal to swing, given what I want and what I want to get rid of.
     
  4. Crusher

    Crusher [OP] How deep do you think that is?

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    Debadged, Blacked out grille emblem, Alum headache rack & bed rails, OME 886 springs, OME Nitro's all around, Dakars, ARB Deluxe bull bar with Warn VR8000, leather front seats
    Shit I just read the rules for posting ads.
    What kind of fuckin moron reads the rules after posting?

    Now you all know....

    Gotta wait for light then figure out how to get pics from iPad to thread.

    Oops!
     
  5. nagorb

    nagorb Well-Known Member

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    Wait, I'm confused...or drunk.
     
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