Post by AuroraGirlFromMars on May 4, 2019 21:22:40 GMT -6
So... answering my own question... upon research I found premade assemblies for our car. A company called motorcitymusclecar on ebay(they have a website, but their store front is on ebay) is selling products made by inline tube (a brake line company) for our cars. Front and rear lines made out of Stainless Steel come out to be 190 dollars. Regular steel is cheaper, but I live in Wisconsin... so yeah. I did this because I want to just plug and play, and Ive never done brake line before. I was able to find some for my 1999 Park avenue, which I dont need yet but Its nice to know I might be able to just get it.
They had various options, including having TCS vs not having it, having rear drums(did any auroras come with rear drums?) and the like. I matched it up to my setup (front/rear disc, traction, abs) and ordered. I will be putting them on in the coming week. I will post my results, build quality, and how well they worked for me(like if they line up and are bent correctly).
ON a different note, if I had gone make my own route, does anyone know the diamater of the brake lines on the aurora?
Also its worth to note the company also sells premade fuel lines, too. SS and regular.