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Old 15-08-2016, 02:30 PM   #1
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R33 gts brake line question

Okay, so when a friend and I were doing the 5lug conversion, he pinched and broke the rear passenger side brake line. I'm speaking about the rubber line that connects to the caliper itself. So it's leaking pretty badly.

Does anybody know if the gtst brake lines are the same? Can I just order a set of stainless lines for a gtst? A friend of mine told me that z32 lines would work as well, I don't doubt it seeing that the entire brake system I swapped on was from a z32. But I'd like to know before I pull the trigger and buy brake lines.
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Old 15-08-2016, 04:50 PM   #2
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Hi, I can't answer the question directly but if you're thinking of getting braided lines give Conceptua Tuning a call. They sorted me out with the correct lines to put R32 GTR brakes onto my R34 GT - at a good price too.
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