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What has the part numbers for the brake line adapters?

The one for the 1988 Thunderbird front hard lines to the SN95 flex lines and the rear Turbo coupe hard line to the 94 SN95 rear flex line.

Thanks guys.
1988 Thunderbird Sport. Work in Progress
5.8L swap w/fitech efi, 4R70W swap w/quick 4 controller, 2003 GT rear diff.

Bought this car back as an old project car.

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Re: What has the part numbers for the brake line adapters?

Reply #1
So I know the Fox Mustang guys going from the stock hard lines on the car to the stock SN95 rubber lines use the following:

(1X) - Dual Master Cylinder Adapter, Inverted Male Thread 3/16" Line to Inverted Female Thread 1/4" Line P/N: Weather Head PN: 7828 (Passenger Side Hard Line to Flex Line)

(2X) - Dual Master Cylinder Adapter, Inverted Male Thread 1/4" Line to Inverted Female Thread 3/16" Line P/N: Weather Head PN: 7818 (Rear Caliper Flex Line to Hardline)

However if you just order the SS braided lines from sites like Maximum Motorsports then you do not need the adapters.  They are pricey but less fittings means less chance of a leak.

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93 331 Mustang Coupe - 368 rwhp

Re: What has the part numbers for the brake line adapters?

Reply #2
Were you the one asking on Facebook?

The rear 94-95 SN95 lines are a direct swap on the 87-88 Turbo Coupe hard lines. No adapters needed. Just some slight bending of the bracket.
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Re: What has the part numbers for the brake line adapters?

Reply #3
Were you the one asking on Facebook?

The rear 94-95 SN95 lines are a direct swap on the 87-88 Turbo Coupe hard lines. No adapters needed. Just some slight bending of the bracket.
Yes I was asking on one of the facebook groups. Thanks for the response.
1988 Thunderbird Sport. Work in Progress
5.8L swap w/fitech efi, 4R70W swap w/quick 4 controller, 2003 GT rear diff.

Bought this car back as an old project car.

:burnout: