Ebay Brake Lines

Has anyone had any experience with the Argentina made brake lines? they
claim to meet SAE J 1401 & IRAM CETIA 6 F1 TYPE A First Class standards.
Item # 190393279861

another person on ebay that sells brake lines saying to avoid the ones made
in Argentina and buy his made in the USA. item # 390053260272

If these brake lines are manufactured to the same specifications.

I know brakes are one of those things you should not be "cheap" on, but if
they are made to SAE standards how cheap can they be?
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I have had luck dealing with "Jackson's Old Time Parts"  www.otp.com  for my brake lines and they are excellent people to deal with...

Bill Serckie
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Subject: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
To: "AMC, Rambler, Nash, Jeep and family"
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 10:24 PM

Has anyone had any experience with the Argentina made brake lines? they
claim to meet SAE J 1401 & IRAM CETIA 6 F1 TYPE A First Class standards.
Item # 190393279861

another person on ebay that sells brake lines saying to avoid the ones made
in Argentina and buy his made in the USA.  item # 390053260272

If these brake lines are manufactured to the same specifications.

I know brakes are one of those things you should not be "cheap" on, but if
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Bill,
 
It's a hacked or dead link for me.  Are you sure about the URL?
 
Joe Fulton

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From: Bill Serckie
Subject: Re: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
To: "Rambler Nash Jeep and familyAMC"
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 9:19 PM

I have had luck dealing with "Jackson's Old Time Parts"  www.otp.com  for my brake lines and they are excellent people to deal with...

Bill Serckie
Coldwell Banker Real Estate & Mortgage Services
2 River Place Suite "K"
Lansing, IL 60438
 
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Fax #    (708) 360-5787
Cell #    (773) 251-5234
 
 
 

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From: Scott Selleh
Subject: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
To: "AMC, Rambler, Nash, Jeep and family"
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 10:24 PM

Has anyone had any experience with the Argentina made brake lines? they
claim to meet SAE J 1401 & IRAM CETIA 6 F1 TYPE A First Class standards.
Item # 190393279861

another person on ebay that sells brake lines saying to avoid the ones made
in Argentina and buy his made in the USA.  item # 390053260272

If these brake lines are manufactured to the same specifications.

I know brakes are one of those things you should not be "cheap" on, but if
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Joe,
 
Sorry about the error...
 
Try this address:  oldtimeparts.com/   and also oldtimeparts.com/brakes.htm .

Bill Serckie
Coldwell Banker Real Estate & Mortgage Services
2 River Place Suite "K"
Lansing, IL 60438
 
Office # (708) 889-2739
Fax #    (708) 360-5787
Cell #    (773) 251-5234
 
 
 

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From: Joe Fulton
Subject: Re: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
To: "Rambler Nash Jeep and familyAMC"
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 11:20 PM

Bill,
 
It's a hacked or dead link for me.  Are you sure about the URL?
 
Joe Fulton

--- On Thu, 5/27/10, Bill Serckie wrote:

From: Bill Serckie
Subject: Re: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
To: "Rambler Nash Jeep and familyAMC"
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 9:19 PM

I have had luck dealing with "Jackson's Old Time Parts"  www.otp.com  for my brake lines and they are excellent people to deal with...

Bill Serckie
Coldwell Banker Real Estate & Mortgage Services
2 River Place Suite "K"
Lansing, IL 60438
 
Office # (708) 889-2739
Fax #    (708) 360-5787
Cell #    (773) 251-5234
 
 
 

--- On Thu, 5/27/10, Scott Selleh wrote:

From: Scott Selleh
Subject: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
To: "AMC, Rambler, Nash, Jeep and family"
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 10:24 PM

Has anyone had any experience with the Argentina made brake lines? they
claim to meet SAE J 1401 & IRAM CETIA 6 F1 TYPE A First Class standards.
Item # 190393279861

another person on ebay that sells brake lines saying to avoid the ones made
in Argentina and buy his made in the USA.  item # 390053260272

If these brake lines are manufactured to the same specifications.

I know brakes are one of those things you should not be "cheap" on, but if
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> Bill,
>
> It's a hacked or dead link for me. Are you sure about the URL?
>

Maybe this?

http://oldtimeparts.com/
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68 AMX brakes

So I was having issues with my disc brakes so I pulled my caliper the
pads were shot and the rotor needed turning on the pass side but the
driver side was like new. So I had the work done put new pads on the
pass side and now it seems to pull to the right when I brake. I did
nit notice it pull before but with condition of the pads the pass side
was doing all the work. I jacked up the front and spun both wheels and
the pass side stopped alittle before the driver side when I pushed the
brakes.
So does anybody have any ideas why it might be pulling?
Thanks Keith

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68 AMX brakes

Most likely simply different friction materials, with identical hydraulic
pressure on both wheels the right might simply be grippier now.

Brakes are usually done in pairs for this reason. The easiest fix is to
probably have the left rotor buzzed flat and toss in new pads. You probably
got both sets of pads in the box.

On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 9:21 AM, Keith Evenson wrote:

> So I was having issues with my disc brakes so I pulled my caliper the pads
> were shot and the rotor needed turning on the pass side but the driver side
> was like new. So I had the work done put new pads on the pass side and now
> it seems to pull to the right when I brake. I did nit notice it pull before
> but with condition of the pads the pass side was doing all the work. I
> jacked up the front and spun both wheels and the pass side stopped alittle
> before the driver side when I pushed the brakes.
> So does anybody have any ideas why it might be pulling?
> Thanks Keith
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On May 27, 2010, at 11:19 PM, Bill Serckie
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68 AMX brakes

It is also possible the left brakes aren't working as well as they should and
that's why they looked new when the right was worn out.

Ken

Quoting tom jennings :

> Most likely simply different friction materials, with identical hydraulic
> pressure on both wheels the right might simply be grippier now.
>
> Brakes are usually done in pairs for this reason. The easiest fix is to
> probably have the left rotor buzzed flat and toss in new pads. You probably
> got both sets of pads in the box.
>
>
> On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 9:21 AM, Keith Evenson wrote:
>
> > So I was having issues with my disc brakes so I pulled my caliper the pads
> > were shot and the rotor needed turning on the pass side but the driver
> side
> > was like new. So I had the work done put new pads on the pass side and now
> > it seems to pull to the right when I brake. I did nit notice it pull
> before
> > but with condition of the pads the pass side was doing all the work. I
> > jacked up the front and spun both wheels and the pass side stopped alittle
> > before the driver side when I pushed the brakes.
> > So does anybody have any ideas why it might be pulling?
> > Thanks Keith
> >
> > Sent from my iPhone
> >
> > On May 27, 2010, at 11:19 PM, Bill Serckie
> > wrote:
> >
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68 AMX brakes

It is possible but what would cause one side to not work?

Sent from my iPhone

On May 28, 2010, at 2:42 PM, Ken Ames wrote:

> It is also possible the left brakes aren't working as well as they
> should and
> that's why they looked new when the right was worn out.
>
> Ken
>
>
> Quoting tom jennings :
>
>> Most likely simply different friction materials, with identical
>> hydraulic
>> pressure on both wheels the right might simply be grippier now.
>>
>> Brakes are usually done in pairs for this reason. The easiest fix
>> is to
>> probably have the left rotor buzzed flat and toss in new pads. You
>> probably
>> got both sets of pads in the box.
>>
>>
>> On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 9:21 AM, Keith Evenson
>> wrote:
>>
>>> So I was having issues with my disc brakes so I pulled my caliper
>>> the pads
>>> were shot and the rotor needed turning on the pass side but the
>>> driver
>> side
>>> was like new. So I had the work done put new pads on the pass side
>>> and now
>>> it seems to pull to the right when I brake. I did nit notice it pull
>> before
>>> but with condition of the pads the pass side was doing all the
>>> work. I
>>> jacked up the front and spun both wheels and the pass side stopped
>>> alittle
>>> before the driver side when I pushed the brakes.
>>> So does anybody have any ideas why it might be pulling?
>>> Thanks Keith
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>> On May 27, 2010, at 11:19 PM, Bill Serckie >> >
>>> wrote:
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Ebay Brake Lines

The prices seem reasonable for all the lines and fittings but you can
accomplish the same thing with lines you get from a parts store. Inline
Tube and Fine Lines have a decent selection of pre-bent lines and they
can both custom duplicate stuff that they don't have. Most of these kits
are in the $130-$200 range (depending on material used and how many
lines) and both companies have excellent reputations.

Matt

On 5/28/2010 12:27 AM, Bill Serckie spouted this sage advice:
> Joe,
>
> Sorry about the error...
>
> Try this address: oldtimeparts.com/ and also oldtimeparts.com/brakes.htm .
>
>
> Bill Serckie
> Coldwell Banker Real Estate & Mortgage Services
> 2 River Place Suite "K"
> Lansing, IL 60438
>
> Office # (708) 889-2739
> Fax # (708) 360-5787
> Cell # (773) 251-5234
>
>
>
>
> --- On Thu, 5/27/10, Joe Fulton wrote:
>
>
> From: Joe Fulton
> Subject: Re: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
> To: "Rambler Nash Jeep and familyAMC"
> Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 11:20 PM
>
>
> Bill,
>
> It's a hacked or dead link for me. Are you sure about the URL?
>
> Joe Fulton
>
> --- On Thu, 5/27/10, Bill Serckie wrote:
>
>
> From: Bill Serckie
> Subject: Re: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
> To: "Rambler Nash Jeep and familyAMC"
> Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 9:19 PM
>
>
> I have had luck dealing with "Jackson's Old Time Parts" www.otp.com for my brake lines and they are excellent people to deal with...
>
>
> Bill Serckie
> Coldwell Banker Real Estate & Mortgage Services
> 2 River Place Suite "K"
> Lansing, IL 60438
>
> Office # (708) 889-2739
> Fax # (708) 360-5787
> Cell # (773) 251-5234
>
>
>
>
> --- On Thu, 5/27/10, Scott Selleh wrote:
>
>
> From: Scott Selleh
> Subject: [AMC-list] Ebay Brake Lines
> To: "AMC, Rambler, Nash, Jeep and family"
> Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 10:24 PM
>
>
> Has anyone had any experience with the Argentina made brake lines? they
> claim to meet SAE J 1401 & IRAM CETIA 6 F1 TYPE A First Class standards.
> Item # 190393279861
>
> another person on ebay that sells brake lines saying to avoid the ones made
> in Argentina and buy his made in the USA. item # 390053260272
>
> If these brake lines are manufactured to the same specifications.
>
> I know brakes are one of those things you should not be "cheap" on, but if
> they are made to SAE standards how cheap can they be?
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