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What size are rear brake fittings? Need adapters to strang rear brakes

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Old 05-09-2005, 09:32 AM   #1
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Default What size are rear brake fittings? Need adapters to strang rear brakes

For an LT1 car.. but all the Fbody brake fittings are the same front and back I believe. What is the size thread pitch of these
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Could you show me exactly what thing you need a size of? I've got a parts manual right herer and I could look it up for you
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You need Earl's part number 989545 adaptor. I have them in stock.
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Mikey, that is to adapt the male flared line to the male 3an nipple onthe calipers ccorrect?
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It adapts the male end (stock line) to a 3an line. Adaptor has a 3an nipple. You will still need a piece of stainless 3an line about 12" long.
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