Metal Brake & Clutch Tubing | EziBend

"... more and more cars built since 2000 are developing rust issues..."
This is according to recent post on ABC News 10 website.

We wrote a blog about this back in April of 2010, when National Highway Traffic Safety Administration first opened investigations into roughly 6.2 million General Motors fullsize trucks for issues related to rusted brake lines. Since then, more cars seem to be affected, and not just GM.

According to News 10, there is no recall, and dealers have been fabricating replacement brake lines, at a cost between $1,000 and $2,000. GM spokesman Alan Adler now says that a repair kit is available from GM - for about $500.

EziBend is a good alternative to purchasing dealer's kit. It won't rust and it won't cost $500.

 

 Brakequip - EziBend Tube Convert steel tubes to non rusting EziBend tube:

  • Exceeds International Standards
  • Doesn't rust or corrode
  • Easy to flare and bend
  • Able to bend tube by hand on the vehicle
  • OEM on luxury European vehicles
  • Polishes to a brilliant finish
  • Long term safety benefits
  • Made in the USA
  • Available in sizes 3/16", 1/4" 5/16", and 3/8"

 

EziBend Tube

PART NO. OD SIZE WALL THICKNESS LENGTH
T187-25CN 3/16' .028' 25'
T250-25CN 1/4' .028' 25'
T312-25CN 5/16' .028' 25'
T375-25CN 3/8' .028' 25'
T375-25CN-35 3/8' .035' 25'

 

Polished Stainless Steel Tube

PART NO. OD SIZE WALL THICKNESS LENGTH
T187-20SS 3/16' .028' 20'
T250-20SS 1/4' .028' 20'
T312-20SS 5/16' .028' 20'
T375-20SS 3/8' .028' 20'

 


 

 

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