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Old 11-04-2008, 08:34 PM   #1
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Default SS lines fitment question

this is going out to all the people with the e36 m3 brake upgrades

if you bought stainless steel lines, did the Ti front lines thread in fine to the m3 calipers???



my main question is the thread pitch of the Ti brake lines and the m3 lines. If there is a difference to where a custom kit had to be "made"

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It might take more than 19mins to get a response to that specific of a question.
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I posed this very question to the guys at Turner Motorsports, since I was looking at their SS line kits and will soon be installing the M3 front upgrade. I was told that the front lines are the same for both M3 and ti.
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I have a set of ss lines from tirerack. They work fine for the m3 brakes up front.
You should have no issues...
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